For two years, we have been fighting a simultaneous struggle with the whole world to take control of our lives. We have become old days, months and years that we have never experienced before. Equations of all the equations we know are broken. For uncertainty, we can say that we entered a life cycle just to survive. In this process, we have repeatedly experienced that the ropes are not in our hands, as well as our struggle to maintain our familiar “normal” order. Sudden breaks in our work-life balance, time management problems, a sense of being trapped, and difficult time periods that every person living all over the world experiences at the same time. The economic fluctuations that followed, changing expectations, questioning life. In fact, we all started questioning at the same time to realize the true meaning of the word "Life". What was life, what was the meaning of life? What were the criteria for being able to say I have a good life? Was there a size? We saw the importance of time together. We started to understand the importance of using time well and the value of quiet and calm moments. We got angry, we were silent, we lost our sleep; we got sick without getting sick without getting out of bed. We listened, everyone, every speaker, but after a while we started to listen to ourselves. Maybe we turned our face to the whole world, to everyone and everything that we did not hear until the pandemic, turned our backs and closed our ears. While we had time to take a walk in the woods, we thought about the time we spent at home and lost television on the sofa. We understood the importance of our delayed friends. We faced times when we couldn't control our energies. A word called “resilience” has been added to our vocabulary. We suddenly remembered that our lives could be turned upside down, and most importantly, how important it was to be able to breathe. Who knows how long we held our breath without realizing it. We have seen living with anxiety and how we unconsciously affect each other's lives. We understood that we can do sports at home without going to the gym, that even going down to the garden of the apartment is good for us, and what a great freedom it is to be able to shop at the market. Most importantly, we were able to see ourselves more clearly when we looked in the mirror. We have seen that it is better for us to be able to endure difficulties, to stretch without breaking, that we cannot transform without changing, to stop and listen, to observe without commenting, to focus on the things we can transform instead of wasting our energy on what we cannot change. We Have Seen One “Breath” That Makes Our Lives Worth Living.