Life­—a continuous cycle of good

Originally written in Spanish.

It appears that we live in a world of cycles­—cycles of birth and death, of good health and poor health, of economic expansion and contraction, of prosperity and lack, of peace and social or political unrest. As another week of conflict in the Gaza Strip begins, the strife in the Middle East offers a poignant example of how these cycles sometimes play out on a global stage.

While tensions in that region continue to rise, here in Argentina, as in much of the world, people are looking forward to returning to their “normal” routines after more than a year of disruption from government-mandated quarantines and social isolation as a means to manage the COVID pandemic. 

However, there remains an atmosphere of uncertainty about the future, even despair, as some countries continue to grapple with the ongoing effects of the pandemic. Many are asking, What will tomorrow bring?

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