The pandemic has taught us to keep our distance – this measure, which everyone can understand, has been implemented worldwide. If you keep sufficient distance, you can’t get infected or infect other people. In spring 2020, for distance developed the Covid geometry to show that we can also apply this measure gladly, and above all collectively. Keeping our distance also means giving other people space.
The pandemic is not yet over, and physical distance will continue to be an important tool for keeping various infections in check. The motto: “Keep your distance gladly and graciously!”
But now it’s time to take the next step. Let’s go beyond physical space, and learn how to give other people mental space too.
- Let’s collectively keep our distance from everything that divides us.
- Let’s collectively keep our distance from actions that harm us and our planet.
- Let’s collectively keep our distance from exploitation, oppression and war.