At the onset of the pandemic, did you believe there was actually such a virus as the one that was being defined for us? The novelty a spreading virus was a mystery that forced us to at least reconsider our conditionally held viewpoints.
Many people began to believe as they personally experienced the conditions of the virus themselves or with those close to them. Some immediately reacted to protect themselves. Some immediately denounced it’s existence and reacted to oppose any further information. Most learned somewhere in the middle to not simply react, but rather to respond with what they were learning and applying under their specific conditions.
We should always be open to learning and responding with collective intelligence to set our best course. To aim to do the right things for ourselves and others for the value they produce. To learn and apply for the benefit of leading your purposed life towards a newly formed and inevitable truth/reality that is to be discovered. Not to always be right and to prove others to be wrong, but to simply do the right things for yourself in consideration of others.
From the experience of this public health event, we should all learn. Even from the almost mundane daily experiences that life presents each of us, we should always continue learning and contributing in response.
“A scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.” — Max Plank —
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