We are all discerning SARS-CoV-2 differently.
It seems "those" who "previously" leaned into dystopian futures and apocalyptic fear are reading this Great Disruption as fulfillment of their concerns.
Alongside that, those who hope for changes in a better situation for the world with Climate Change and care of one another and care of Creation are positing that this Great Disruption might be a "tipping point" that helps us toward a better future.
I'll cast my "vote" for the hope that in this Great Disruption we'll "see ourselves" better as agents of mutual care in the world.
I hope we'll discern our interconnection and our need to care for one another - no matter our creed, skin colour.
I hope we'll make a more equitable and caring and compassionate world with greater dignity for every job/occupation and for all children, for anyone aged, for widows, orphans, immigrants and those who are (or feel) far off.
I do hope.
I do hope this disruption will resort and resettle us to be better - with a better world for all.
We can work for this reality.
We can shape the future.
We can make a difference.
Toward eupan ~
~ marty alan michelson, ph.d.