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Survival of the fittest

During these times of pandemic - a cycle of lockdown and uncertainty has worried everyone. Each one of us misses the social life. Video calls, online lessons and dinner parties have become the new way of social life. Many people are of the view that this is the new normal. Henceforth this lifestyle will continue, social distancing is the new norm.
Well, I just got a thought that we are in the world were there are machines for almost everything. A new robotic way of doing things is in progress, an emerging space science is on the way and currently with the unbeatable speed in medical science. With all this technology and science I doubt that distancing will be a new norm.
Every space institute is striving to achieve their goals. Do you think that they are doing this so that people can never meet or see each other? Elon Musk wants to build a new world on Mars. Jeff Besos wants to reform earth so that only humans can live on it. Achieving that by shifting manufacturing to space. NASA is finding habitable places in space. Medical science for the first time in history was able to invent vaccine in mere 8 months. Solar operated, automatic and self-driven vehicles are almost at our door step.
All research is going on just to make earth better place to live. Environment Reformation!
Earth is the only place we know that is most suitable for living. So lets not worry that social distancing is going to be the new norm. Things will get back to how they were. Going around without mask, hugging your loved ones, celebrating festivals like we use to or travelling around without fear.
Earth has a wonderful property of healing itself. These are difficult times but it will heal, it will pass. As earth, we humans too, have a wonderful property - Evolution. Humans have and will survive catastrophes, pandemic and calamities.
Stay safe. Social closeness was and will always be the norm.


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