Who will win the fight for a post-coronavirus America?

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Who will win the fight for a post-coronavirus America?

Mudassir Ali 5 months 2 Answers 134 views

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  1. Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to the fight of the century.

    In one corner we have a little Eagle representing 327 million people.

    In the other is a huge Dragon, representing more than four times that number of people.

    The Dragon recently had over 80,000 people from its huge population contract a disease called Covid-19. But they have mostly recovered now. Only 630 people are still in serious condition. The economy is gradually bouncing back.

    Almost twice as many people have contracted the same disease in the U.S. so far, and the numbers are zooming higher every day. There are already almost five times as many people in serious condition from Covid-19 as there are in the opposing country. The Eagle is on the ropes economially, and the fight has barely begun.

  2. Who will win the fight for a post-coronavirus America?

    Those who survive. If you mean politically, I suggest you stop viewing it as a fight.

    We talk about politics being a fight. We create the fight in our language, and soon after, in our actions and expectations. It doesn’t have to be a fight, or an argument, or even divisive.

    If you can’t see many more possibilities, you’ve bought into some very untrue myths.

    We have this notion about “freedom of religion.” Most people have zero freedom about their beliefs. Most people believe what seems truest to them.

    Each of us can have freedom about our beliefs. It first requires seeing that believing is optional. Your mind will have thoughts about what’s true. They’re just thoughts. You don’t have to believe them.

    Try it first with your assumption that it’ll be a fight.

    You could also try it with the notion of “post-coronavirus America.” There’s no guarantee it’ll be wiped out, or even contained. It might become another disease like the flu, growing and shrinking every year. And the next such disease might appear soon after. Or even tomorrow.

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