Each month we ask a question that anybody can answer – they’re meant to stimulate conversations.
For May, we asked “What is one positive change, that began in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, that people should retain long after the situation has passed?”
One individual said that, “The removal of bicycles from the Seawall was long overdue – after 6 weeks the experiment has proven that the separation of bikes(skaters, boarders) from walkers is an idea whose time has come. Car traffic in the Park is a separate, more complicated question.”
Another member said, “It is my hope that we will take to heart the richness of compassion, care and kindness when we encounter one another now as well as in all days to come – we cannot exist without others, we need each other in close contact and in passing as we go about our daily life. These attributes of our human nature as well as the appreciation of our freedom to move about and rub shoulders with others deserve to be on top of the list of life’s treasures.”
Thank you for participating. Keep an eye out for the June engagement question.