Emerging From The World’s End – JLD

Emerging From The World’s End – JLD

When I was a teenager, there was concern around the Y2K coding problem. Most computers were programmed to only allow two digits for the year, because we had been in the 1900s since forever, and it would cost more to code four digits. But as 2000 approached, we worried that computers would not handle it. Especially banking computers or servers that store critical information… if they crashed, we believed the world would end. People hoarded food and liquidated their stocks as we frantically prepared for the worst, then, January 01 2020 and society did not implode. In The Church and The Community, Page 65, I wrote about living in the days of Y2K and as we are currently live in the days of COVID-19, ask yourself if the world is ending. If it is, your fear and anxiety is completely justified. If the world is not ending, ask yourself how we will emerge from this. Economically and psychologically, it will not be easy…

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