Yes, the world is changing. Sometimes it changes so slowly that we barely register the change, like the empowerment of women over the last 150 years. But this Spring the change has been very rapid and profound, which has made it easier to recognise. I believe that urbanisation is in crisis, partly because of Coronavirus. Densely populated areas are more dangerous and more vulnerable to a crisis like this. Therefore, global urbanisation has to find another direction. Another thing I've been following is the financial and economic news. Obviously, we are heading for a financial and economic crisis. The numbers projected about the economic downturn are dramatic. At the same time, countries and national central banks are taking massive loans to stimulate the economy. I would imagine that countries are therefore much more dependent on the financial entities that borrow the money. Sovereign countries have to give up part of their financial independence to finance these stimulus packages. Probably there are no other choices. The long-term consequence might be that not only we, but our children, will have to shoulder the burden of paying back the loans. Personally, I think it is morally questionable to take money from the future generations to this extent.