Becoming Comfortable Thinking Uncomfortably

I’ve read a lot of blogs lately that have tried to predict when we will “get back to normal.” The authors are all well-intentioned individuals who are trying to provide some assurance that the world will eventually go back as it was once we overcome the coronavirus and we can all continue doing whatever we were doing before. And while that may be true, I hope that it’s not.

Now, don’t grab your pitchforks and come after me until I have a chance to explain. I, too, will be thrilled to welcome the day when no one else gets sick from COVID-19, when we can feel free to shake hands or hug or kiss a friend, when we can burn our masks and let down our guards. But when that joyful day does arrive, I hope that we don’t abandon some of the amazing things that we have been forced to embrace since March 2020 and that we don’t “go back to the way things were” completely.

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