HOPE in the time of a PANDEMIC

It was during the first days of the pandemic in the UK. Supermarket shelves were partly empty, panic buyers were bumping into each other across the aisles, filling their carts with toilet rolls, boxes of cereal, oatmeal and pasta. People were stocking up on items they really didn’t need, and surely not in such large quantities. It was almost as if we were a city under siege, getting ready to endure a prolonged military confrontation, though without knowing exactly who the enemy was or where they might strike from. That was the collective mood at the time. In less than a few weeks, the panic would mostly subside and we would see heart-warming stories of kindness, humanism, solidarity and empathy emerging. But during that initial phase,

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