Why is it that we tend to often only value what we lose or what is forbidden to us by some circumstance beyond our control? The confirmation of this tendency of the Human Being is evident in the face of this Pandemic. If not, let's see: how many of us who live close to the beaches, value this? We don't even go to the beaches or realize the beauty of the sea, the delight of receiving the sea breeze on our skin.
However, now, in the face of the harsh reality of isolation imposed by a Pandemic, we realize how much we have lost, our indifference to the gifts received. A simple bike ride, a walk along the boardwalk, taking the kids to play in the neighborhood's little square, having a delicious ice cream in that neighborhood cart, going to the seaside kiosks, it seems simple, doesn't it? It is simple, but a simplicity that has become a real luxury, something unattainable for us simple mortals.
And then, a thought comes to me that some will find without foundation: will it be that when all this passes, humanity will have learned a lesson, that is, that all this happened to become better people? Will we learn to appreciate the wonders of the gifts of nature that GOD bequeathed us? And, very importantly, will we learn to share, to put ourselves in the other's place, freeing ourselves from one of the worst feelings that exist, Egoism, giving way to one of the feelings capable of healing the ills of the body and soul, love.
As far as I know, through conversations with other people, friends, family and, even through the news, fortunately, everything that is happening is serving to change the way of looking at the world for the better, of looking at the world. the other, to look within oneself, to give more value to the need to be supportive, rather than lonely and selfish, that love does a great good, of affection, as a simple hug is needed and that when we try to become better people, the Universe conspires in our favor and, therefore, we all have to win.
If we are fully aware that we did not come into the world on a walk, but to learn and teach that life is a two-way street, where we can all win even if we need to lose, so that we can win later, then this whole moment of this terrible pandemic, it will have a sense of showing a new reality: that all is not lost and that we can become better people, for a better and much happier world, full of love and prosperity and that we have an obligation to unite , following that popular popular adage that the Union makes us stronger and better.