The Guardian: Two years into the pandemic, I’ve learned how to make a virtue of uncertainty

The Guardian: Two years into the pandemic, I’ve learned how to make a virtue of uncertainty. “There’s nothing wrong with planning. There is something harmful with believing that because you have planned something then it must be so. That is a prerogative that was formerly only attributed to the divine but is now the hubris of the western world. Those in Washington, London and Paris see western dominance, economic growth and excessive consumption stretching into the future for ever. I look at my discarded plans from 2020, and I approach the future with more humility and flexibility.”

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