It has been an interesting social experiment functioning in the new paradigm of "stay at home" orders and "social distancing". For the longest time, I was having difficulty honing in on what exactly felt so "off" about the new paradigm. But in recent days, it has become a bit more clear.
There's not much to sugarcoat right now. We are in the midst of a pandemic unlike anything we've ever experienced in recent memory. People are losing their jobs. People are losing their businesses. And the worst of it is, people are losing their lives. But there are two dynamics of every crisis we should all be aware of. One that relates to the safety of our society and loved ones; the actual dangers and precautions to be mindful of in a crisis. And one that relates to the 'over-reaction' or better put mis-reaction we can take in the midst of the fear and uncertainty of a very challenging situation. This note is about addressing what to do in the midst of the latter.
I fear this mentality does the inverse of what we would hope. It creates a sense of patience with our immediate routines while creating an inevitable frustration and impatience with our long term vision. When realistically it should be the opposite.
I can almost guarantee that in any given day, you're experiencing everything from mundane to ridiculous; which begs the question...
Ramneek sits down with Arizona political candidate Anita Malik who is running in 2020 for Arizona’s House of Representatives District #6. In this sit down, Ramneek and Anita discuss the state of politics as it stands in the modern context. From healthcare to other aspects of the economy, Anita and Ramneek explore Anita’s political journey and what it might take to win in 2020.