Disruptions have their pros and cons, just like everything else. Systems are assembled and installed that provide comfort and reassurance, then suddenly the world is turned upside down and people have to try things out that might not work.
Some will cling to the old ways. There will always be room for that impulse, but active engagement with the present moment probably requires reframing of mindsets and approaches.
Human beings currently have an opportunity to conduct a thorough audit of the previous status quo. Change is often uncomfortable, but the energy of the moment could yield exciting new developments.
An often cited purpose of exercise is to engender flexibility and adaptability. Some folks will simply be in the right place at the right time. They will be able to make the most of the situation. Others might need to work harder. Whether we’re ready or not, a new way of being and doing is here.