The pandemic is forcing Americans to choose, very visibly, whether to live like citizens or like sociopaths.
Citizens see in systems, while sociopaths see only themselves; citizens defer short-term gratification for long-term benefit, while sociopaths flip the sequence.
But do I wish for the cataclysm to hit everywhere as hard as it has hit Seattle and New York and New Orleans?
What we need is not for every community to suffer intensely, but for every community to commit to joint defense.
It’s the NATO principle, brought home: an attack on one is an attack on all, and necessitates a response from all.

Comments to: We’re Not ‘All in It Together’

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Attach images - Only PNG, JPG, JPEG and GIF are supported.

Login

Welcome to Typer

Brief and amiable onboarding is the first thing a new user sees in the theme.
Join Typer
Registration is closed.