The extent and length of this Great Crisis has cut so deep that it would be naive to believe that things will keep on going more or less as before.
We don’t know exactly what is to come, but the future will undoubtedly be substantially different to how things are now. The work-related and even moral torture of so many inhabitants, metaphorically similar to the effects of a major war, need not be in vain. A generally silent but effective revolt will gradually grow, and when it is least expected the revolution still pending from the previous century will break out. This is the hope and goal for a more human future that lurks around the corner.
A brilliant diagnosis of the ailments of our time and their possible cures.