Why We’re Dreading a Return to ‘Normal" Video from NYT

I remember it being so quiet. No horns honking. No place to rush to. The virtual meetings weren't in full force so you had space to be. You didn't have to deal with the a-hole of the day. 

You still had to face you stuff but on your terms.

This is a video essay, they call it an opinion video of three people that talk about how going back to normal isn't all it is cracked up to be. 

I know part of the answer but why are we rushing back to the way it use to be? Not saying be a hermit. I am saying there are ways of making space and inclusion that we haven't considered.

This is an opportunity to think about it. But being dumb as cluck Americans, probably won't.

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