There once was a world that had lost its way. Everyone was moving so fast that they forgot to look around. People didn’t notice each other. Some were blinded by consumerism. Others distracted by pleasure. Some idolized work and worried about the next thing. Others sought power, position and wealth. And everyone, it seemed, shared a common problem — all that should in life matter didn’t matter enough. People failed to notice the fragility of their existence. But then, a wakeup call came … via the smallest of messengers; a tiny coronavirus called SARS-CoV-2.

And now we’re awake. And all that we’ve ever taken for granted — our economy, education system, health-care system, community services, freedom to travel, jobs, investments and lives — is at risk.

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