The universal new virus, which may be with us for more months, holds us in our homes, reorganizes the relationship with the government, the outside world, and even with one another. Some changes these experts expect to see may sound foreign or troubling in the coming months or years, but it does not mean there are not places to visit after the pandemic.
However, critical moments also give opportunity: advanced and versatile technical use, less polarization, a renewed love of the outside, and other simple pleasures of life. We cannot tell what will transpire precisely, so here is our best guide to uncertain ways the world will transform.
Patriotism has long been equated with the military. But it is not possible to fire a virus. Our patriots after this time won’t be conscripts, mercenary, or men on the moon; they are most probably … Read MoreREAD MORE