Timothy Radcliffe ponders the ‘new world’ being created by necessary social distancing

Queuing up to go through security in Tel Aviv airport last week, I was fascinated by the balletic movements of the man in front of me.

He almost danced as he maneuvered his suitcases so that no one could be nearer to him than two meters.

He was probably wise, but for me he vividly evoked two aspects of the new world in which we live as best we can.

First of all, insecurity. The menace of death hangs in the air, literally. We are vulnerable.

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Source: La Croix International