I would like to say a few things here. As the whole world locks down this week you will feel like the lights go out. Fear and uncertainty is something you will feel when you wake up in the middle of the night. I lived through this situation and feeling in China already since early January. My mind and perception shifted, but also grew that way. People I know were infected and died. Daily life had become a bizarre display. The longer I refused to accept that this is how reality operates now, the worse the frustration and fear grew. Eventually, I had to accept the reality, and focus on how to help others and make the best of things. I reached out to people I knew but haven’t talked to since a long time and asked them how they are, whether they needed support. It moved me closer to the people and things that are most important to me in life. Now, today, whilst the situation starts to peak in many locations in the world, things are getting better in China, and there is a glimmer of hope, at least on a local level. So, hang in there, it will get better eventually. It may take a few weeks or months. This is not the end.