Our brains have a negativity bias built into them that’s hard to control at the best of times.
At times like this, it seems that the only thing we can do is worry.
But worrying can be like sitting in a rocking chair; it can give you something to do, but it doesn’t mean really get you anywhere.
As best you can, use this time as a gift. Take this rare opportunity to savour the quiet, enjoy the slower pace and use isolation to your advance. Communities are improved when the people in them are creative, focused and inspired, rather than anxious, worried and overwhelmed.