Yes, for a while we'll consider it maybe the 'new normal,' but eventually it will just be what we're used to in the here and now.

Then we'll shift to what it was like before and what it was like after. From there, eventually a new generation will come and they'll say they can't even imagine a before.

Those who care about history or like hearing stories, will want to know our experiences, through oral or written storytelling, history or novels, or other kinds of generational recounting.

Those who don't care or have no access to pondering humanity's development, will just move on or perhaps occassionally think of it all as an oddity that once happened and say, huh, it was like that.



Sybil Sanchez Kessler

Chronicling chronic illness. Also: Jewish life, being a US immigrant to Mexico, parenting….maybe some poetry. Certified Functional Health Coach.