In difficult times, we say “This too will pass.” Difficulties do pass, and our lives do return to normalcy (albeit at times a new normalcy). However, returning to normalcy usually means returning to a status quo. Often, the status quo is a variable that contributed to the difficulties in the first place.
The Just Vote No Blog recommends this article published today in California Political News & Views: COVID-19 Highlights Shortcomings.
The status quo in California includes massive homelessness, drug use, economically vulnerable residents, and inferior government schools among other ills. Enormous amounts of money, effort and focus are allocated to those ills, leaving social and economic structures poorly attended.
Thus, returning to normalcy might not be a good thing, unless that normalcy includes an effort to change the status quo.