A lot of people are saying, “Looks like we’re getting back to normal.” Is that what you really want?
What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. What doesn’t make you stronger might just kill you.
We’ve learned about some things we began doing and that we should retain from the pandemic, and some things from before the pandemic we really ought to abandon. We’ve learned that we now need some new things to acquire for the future.
To paraphrase Billy Joel, “Yesterday wasn’t as good as it seemed.”
If we can’t pivot toward better lives having endured what we’ve endured, then there’s something wrong with us.