Volume 2 is a continuation from Hindsight Volume 1. This volume will build off the foundation set in volume 1, thus furthering the challenge and perspective already set forth. This is a journey that will dive deeper into core values and enhanced perception.
Your experiences matter and so does how you interact with people in life. In a time where life is changing due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are all forced to adjust whether we like it or not. Social distancing has challenged us. Economic instability threatens peace of mind. Face masks, plexiglass and people counting how many shoppers enter a building makes us feel like aliens in our own communities.
This book is a great tool to help you remember to be human. Social interaction may have been taken for granted for several generations. While we have technology to aid us during these trying times, it is still no substitute for those that are considered “essential personnel”. In the chapter about Duty, know that my words apply to you as well. Any and all medical personnel, any and all first responders, food and agriculture workers, energy personnel (electric, petroleum, and gas), water staff (clean and waste), logistic personnel (including all transportation), all public works, anyone affiliated with communications, members of government (on all applicable levels), critical manufacturing, hazardous material workers, chemical personnel, financial services, defense personnel, commercial and professional services and anyone who brings our mail to us, thank you. If you are contributing to someone’s sanity or even maintaining your own by staying productive, I thank you as well.
It’s not really a description about the book, but it is certainly a piece of what you can extract from it by honoring those that fulfill their duty in society. Read more to find out.