One of the benefits of the enforced isolation is that it has thrown the distinction between urgent and important into sharp relief. The world has been coping with a situation that is both urgent and important – and people have grown in the process and shown genuine humanity to their fellow human beings. Now, we may have a better understanding of what is really important – instead of merely urgent – instead of having our lives thrown into panic mode by contrived emergencies and demands. It has given us a tantalising glimpse of a brave new world.
I have now had the opportunity to focus on what really matters – my family, friends and the things, people and places that animate my life.
When some form of normality returns I would still like to be in a world that is kinder, more focussed and more in touch with itself than the madhouse that closed down in Mid-March.
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