Coping with Coronavirus Anxiety: Four Lessons From Soren Kierkegaard

Author:
Brian Rosner
Date:
May 11, 2021
Type:

Covid brought us lots of anxiety because of the significant change it brought to our lives. Brian Rosner writes for the ABC web page on how nineteenth-century Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard, can help. It's a great peace on speaking the good news of Jesus into the public square--and providing help for our anxieties.

"As the weeks of coronavirus isolation drag on and look like turning into months, the highlight of my week is a trip to the shops; my wife and I fight over the privilege. However, the exhilarating freedom of escaping “house arrest” and the surprising ease of finding a parking spot are soon soured upon entering the supermarket. There you are greeted with the masked face of an employee dispensing hand sanitiser; you move around as if in a computer game..."

Source: https://www.abc.net.au/religion/kierkegaard-and-coping-with-coronavirus-anxiety/12203806

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