To say that this year has been a challenge for humans would be an understatement. We’ve been united globally in collective grief, yet ripped apart by our opinions on how to deal with our tragedies and said grief. We’ve experienced, and with the numbers rising, are still experiencing a pandemic together, yet we’ve been separate in our actions. This incident has uncovered a lack of patience and mistrust of authority and each other. The fragility of mental health in our nation has been exposed as suicide hotlines were overwhelmed during the height of social isolation. With our actions, we state who we determine most important. Either way, it seems, someone will be damaged or will die.
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