This COVID-19 situation is pushing us to rethink what really matters, how we live and the way we consume resources. My grandmother used to tell me stories of her times. Coming from an agricoltural society, most families back then used to grow their own food. They also used to make bread at home. It is interesting to notice how the current situation nudged families to bake bread and pizza at home: a flashback of 70 years! There is something special about cooking your own food. There is something nice about baking bread: the smell, the taste, and … the wait!
I guess, what I am trying to say is that our society moves too fast. In the rush of consuming we do not appreciate what we have. We do not appreciate the little moments, the little things.