• it true that the light at the end of the tunnel is that of an oncoming locomotive?
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      Lol, thanks for sharing!
  • we're 10 months away from voting all these corrupt, twisted treasonous Democrats out of office or control of Congress. when they're gone we can stop all of Biden's and Pelosi's foolishness like BBB. we can start work on taking down big tech by squashing Section 230 and rescinding all the other nonsense they passed.
  • That would vary from person to person depending on your vision, perspective and source of light. With Christ as my source of light the pandemic is not really a factor. "For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind." 2Tim 1:7.
    • 1465
      Not to characterize religion in any way, but the question here clearly calls for a conclusion of a non-religious nature. When I see people answer questions from a theistic perspective, I get the impression that they've given up on things getting better and have resigned themselves to a "whatever will be will be" outlook. I'm not ready to co-exist with a population of Doris Day clones. LOL
    • Linda Joy
      Whatever will be will be better with Christ. If I live through it as I have so far Christ will give me the strength to bear it. If I die I go to heaven. Same with the arthritis, afib, arrythmia and all other challenges I have in my life. And I think that's way better than being afraid of everything or freaking out because others won't do what I think is right. Christ is the light, no matter the situation. And seeing the good in a situation makes me feel better than panic and fear mongering. So as usual I'll do what makes me feel better, and you can choose not to co-exist if that's your choice.
  • No the light is an on coming train. You kidding the rich and government are loving covid they are in total control which is what they set out to do. When there is no middle class left the rich maybe happy and forget about covid until then get used to being vaccinated.
  • We're potentially getting there now. All that's left is to wait and see. If this ongoing surge (January 2022) continues to have high positive numbers and fairly low deaths, it could mark a sign that the nastier strains are yielding to the less nasty and more virulent strains, which means better societal immunity and less overall danger. Or the next strain might end up being the worst yet. Or it might all be made moot by nuclear war or an extraterrestrial alien invasion. Who knows? Like everything else with current affairs, we won't know whether anything was good or bad for years, if ever.
  • Not too far away.
  • yes we are close. With fewer Republicans around we may be able to get rid of this Pandemic. Some people are making a lot of money from this pandemic and its time for it to end.
  • nope dont think so worse luck
  • Andemic, i.e what's next? The new variants have started sounding like transformers, so Omicron, then Megatron. .
  • I think we are nearing the end of the pandemic . I hope so anyway . It has gone on long enough.

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