Man, as a human being, needs to transform disillusionment into hope; it is a vital condition for his mental hygiene and emotional stability. Suicides have increased worldwide, those who proclaim that this is the beginning of the end of the world, that the virus together with the floods, the volcanoes, the thaw are events typical of an apocalypse that has just begun. But human beings are still tied by survival and conviction to hope. Some people tell me that hope is the poor sister of FAITH, that it is the last thing to be lost, but in all this what is necessary is to get out of disillusionment, out of the frustrated dream.
Humanity has certainly experienced great pains in its evolution, however this is the first one that touches us all, without distinction of anything, race, country, social class, education or religion, the world has suffered the consequences of the virus in health, in the economy and in the change of life from one day to the next, that is frightening. We must remain attached to faith and hope, good things have also emerged in this process, more empathy, more solidarity, more appreciation of what we have, especially health, so we must be part of this necessary transformation so that the forecasts of an apocalypse do not destroy us before.
|Let us remember that part of what is happening is our responsibility as inhabitants of this planet, neglecting and mistreating it, the appearance of viruses of this type also falls to some extent on human beings with habits that are sometimes difficult to understand.|