How a Sticky Situation Taught Me Some Empathy
Please see my new article in The Times of Israel called “How a Sticky Situation Taught Me Some Empathy.”
Thank G-d, he finished the blood draw, and it was over. But as I reflected afterwards, I thought to myself that this guy is just one of probably millions out there who are unhappy with their jobs, their relationships, their lives, and maybe more broadly, the direction things are going in for them.
To “move the needle” of the world in the right direction, perhaps we must fundamentally change the order of things so that people are paramount while profit and power are not. What that means is that we don’t tolerate the conditions that lead to tyrants, corruption, and endless greed.
(Credit Photo: Anna Shvets via https://www.pexels.com/photo/person-holding-syringe-3786215/)