The Wisdom of the Long View
I am writing three days before election day. And I have no clue what will happen in our country that day or thereafter.
It’s hard to live with so much uncertainty. What will happen with coronavirus and COVID-19 in the coming months? When will the world have access to a safe and effective vaccine? Who will occupy the White House as of late January? And what will become of you, me, or our neighbors in the coming weeks and months?
I don’t know. And I seriously doubt anyone else knows, either.
The wisdom of the world’s great religions encourages us to not always focus on today or tomorrow, and instead adopt a long-range view. There are three main reasons for this:
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