… that I get to sit at home and type this, while so many front line workers are doing their day/night jobs putting their own lives at risk.
… that a teacher gets paid nothing but many who’ve ‘inherited’ their way to education get paid millions.
… that youngsters that are able to code are paid more than ‘offline’ workers who have done their jobs in sincerity for decades.
… that those who graduate from the best universities during recessions make less than those who may not even graduate, but enter the workforce during economic booms.
… that industries which were seemingly untouchable a few months ago, have all but collapsed, while other unknown sectors have skyrocketed to fame.
… that life is not fair.
But what one calls unfair, another views as opportunity. And that is often enough to make the unfair fair.