View from the post-coronavirus bunker

View from the bunker

Clyde Scott , founder of the Rising S Company , said that as the pandemic spread, the demand for shelters has skyrocketed. He called the number of orders for bunkers unprecedented.

The prices are quite impressive: a one-room bunker costs 39.5 thousand dollars. And the most expensive - with a sauna, a garage, a swimming pool - 8 million. However, Americans believe that this measure will protect them from infection.

Has life really given us this incredible pause so that we fence ourselves off from each other with armored walls? Perhaps we received it in order to reflect, analyze, comprehend our former life and ask the question: why, for the first time in the history of mankind, nature sent us one disaster all over the world at the same time?

One disease, some fears, anxious expectations, losses, demonstrating to us the commonality of our single organism. Where there is no best and worst, no higher and lower, where we are all equal. Where we are a single system in which, as in the human body, the well-being and health of the whole organism depends on the participation of everyone. His care, interaction, responsibility and attention to others.

The more a person invests himself for the benefit of others, the stronger and more resilient the whole organism, and he, as its component, as well. Only a cancer cell works exclusively for itself, devouring the entire body, eventually dying with it. Nature, apparently deciding not to allow such a scenario for the development of a single human organism, gives us a pause for reflection, pushes us to change.

Now it's up to us. How do you want to change and in what direction? How to realize that my well-being, health, balance depends on others? And they, like in a good family, depend on me. How to build and not destroy? How to be useful and necessary to others, and not use them?

The world has changed forever! And what it will be depends now only on us.


  1. Would you hide in a bunker? Changes in the world occur regardless of our physical location, so hiding in a bunker is simply useless. Moreover, being in a bunker, we voluntarily prepare ourselves for terrible stress. You leave the bunker, and the world has changed so much that there is no place for you in it ....

  2. I agree with the author. Let's use the time of self-isolation to understand why this is happening to us, and how we should live on so that this does not happen again. "How to create, not destroy?"

  3. Perhaps there is a place where you can learn more about how to change your thoughts for real? How to make your life worth living and enjoying the benefits of nature? 🤔🙏🙏🙏🔥🔥🔥

  4. I don't want to go to the bunker!!! It's better to be with everyone. Even if there are all conditions in the bunker, sauna, food, internet,. The most important thing is comrades with whom you can share joy and pain.

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