Half of the Americans wanted the head of their country to run headlong into a wall and demonstrate that he’s not able to solve the problem. Millions of people wanted to work from home. Millions dreamed about freeways with no traffic.
A customer called to complain about the end of the world. “I can’t eat. I have rice and dry pasta supplies for 3 months, and if something bad happens, who will finish it all? My toilet paper will perish in my garage without fulfilling its existence.”
I received an email: “Dear Elvira, I’m a 41 y.o., and I still can’t find my true calling. I’m always trying something new. At first, it turns out well but then I got bored. Can you tell me what could inspire me?”
From the point of view of our Subconscious, we’re doing everything right in reading the news in a fruitless effort to find something encouraging, exchanging rumors with our friends, and eating to make ourselves feel better.