Yes 2022 is actually pronounce 2020 too.
And what a year to repeat.
In the first quarter of 2020, students were in the classrooms (in person).
People were not working from home.
The news that were coming out over this pandemic were not really making any sense.
And people were confused over this new virus, and are upset with politicians, public officials, the WHO and the government.
2022, first quarter, it's the same thing, kids are in the classrooms and people are working at their work sites.
People are getting infected, people are getting hospitalized and some are still dying.
Ports are open, airplanes are flying and cruise ships are sailing.
The only thing that I really am not looking forward to repeating is by the end of the first quarter of 2020, everything was closed down and there were lots of store items that were hard to find.
Kids and adults alike are getting infected, hospitals are reaching capacity and stores shelves are getting empty right now, so these are not farfetched.
But really, schools and businesses closing down again, I don't think we want to go there a second time. But, we just might need to.
Now I think, if we really did, there will be a pandemonium like we haven't seen yet -- all hell will finally break lose.
For some time now, everywhere we go there are already Kens and Karens left and right. People not just in the U.S. but all over the world are stressed out, many are fighting with employees of businesses who are denying them entry if they are unmasked or are unvaxxed or if they do not quarantine or social distance.
So what more if we close down everything again?
The only thing different 2020 too has so far from 2020 is that there has been a vaccine for some time now, But that did not really help stop the virus.
It is still here and mutating.
We cannot really put our faith in people. People will always find ways to disappoint. Even in money, we cannot put our faith in money, or our jobs, these can all go away. And even if we really have all the money in the world, there are still a lot which money would not be able to buy.
On the U.S. currency, it is written "In God we trust". And that may be the only One we can put our faith in.