The biggest problem in this pandemic climate is hopelessness. What was sold by the dream business as what life should be and what the earning reality is, is a massive delta. When hope crashes, what else do we clutch on as an anchor? What makes it so hard to recalibrate ones choices, or reboot to the new normal. We are in a collective mess, a narrative collapse in the words of writer Venkatesh Rao. The world will still need food, water, sanitation, data and education. And yes good health care. The world has just graduated to a new job.
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Born and raised in Mumbai, India with an undergrad degree from Oman and a masters degree from the National University of Singapore. I am an Environmental Professional with a passion for Sustainability, Social Innovation and Governance related issues. A Change Agent in the making who believes that small is beautiful and that impact can be achieved -one soul at a time. View all posts by changethinker