From one Stockdale optimist to another, Ron, I admire your take on what will happen (and must happen) as we approach the light at the end of the tunnel in conquering the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s hard to believe the difference between a month ago and now. We have adopted social distancing almost overnight, with untold benefits of bringing families together, more people walking in neighborhoods, realizing our real priorities, and even the earth shaking less under coronavirus. Personally, I have adopted an “ostrich” approach to our present situation, realizing that the media is inciting a lot of fear in far too many. Instead, with an innate sense of what people around us can do in making lemonade out of lemons, we will deal with the realities which confront us, control what we can and not worry about what we can’t, and will resiliently come to a more enlightened way of life. As you say, right now, we owe a lot to the unsung heroes who are on the front lines, be it in healthcare or grocery stores.