We have put in all sorts of measures, lots of sanitiser stands, thermometers, hourly cleaning of touch points, careful use of the lift, a one way system for walking round the office, restricted the use of the meeting . . .
For months we have been talking, reading, debating sharing, complaining, and guessing. It is easy in the fluid conversation to learn something new and change an opinion; to view through a new lens a topic that seemed decided and clear. Writing seems . . .
When someone has been very ill – near to death perhaps – and recovered, it seems common for them to say that the experience has given them a new perspective on life: a clearer focus on what’s important, and what is not worth worrying about.