Solitary confinement is usually defined as a type of imprisonment in a holding cell with little or no meaningful contact with other people. As an analogy, this is comparable to one of the perils of human judgement. We often confine people to small spaces, by placing them in figurative boxes. We are innately wired to categorize, to know the difference between a student and a teacher, it is only when we categorize people by social standard that we imprison them. People are worth more than the box we put them in. In recent days we are in a more literal confinement, suddenly there in an overwhelming sense that the life we used to know is long gone. While this confinement separates us, breaks us and tests us, it also joins us together. It is in this time that we will find the strength to overcome any new challenges and break free of the confinements that separates us.