“We should then ask ourselves these key questions: What will we do with this new hope? Who will we be after the pandemic is done and the politics have changed?”
– Carew Papritz
Who Will We Be in 2021.
Our country is currently experiencing the dual “winter storms” of the pandemic and the political outcome of our election. Yet, even as the worst of this storm befalls us, we can see a light within this dark cloud.
Vaccines have arrived and there is a change in leadership. We now have the glimmer of a new year bringing us a new beginning—and a rebirth of hope in our lives.
“For many months, we Americans have not allowed ourselves to hope, but now that we have the possibility of it, what will we do with it? Soon the pandemic will be gone, and the politics will have quieted down. We should then ask ourselves these key questions: What will we do with this new hope? Who will we be after the pandemic is done and the politics have changed…?”
…asks thought leader, Carew Papritz. In the strangest way, the pandemic has given us the gift to live life to the fullest in a much more purposeful way. Even the recent attack on the capital has forced us to reexamine what civility and discourse are in our daily and national lives. “Our consciousness has been pushed and we’ve realized things are so much bigger than ourselves,” says Papritz, author of the award-winning book, The Legacy Letters, who encourages people to consider what’s truly important in life: leaving a positive legacy.
Papritz pegs the question of what the future might hold after the pandemic and political discourse is over. Are people going to take what we learned and double down on living with greater purpose? Or will we become more selfish and less kind? Who will we be?
In An Interview/Article, Carew Papritz Can Share:
- Why the World is Forcing Us to Look at Our Lives in Deeply Different Ways
- What the Future Might Hold When the Pandemic Ends & Politics Change
- How do we proceed as a world when the virus is over?
- Have we changed as humans over the past year?
- What will your legacy be now in 2021?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR & SPEAKER
Carew Papritz, also known as The Cowboy Philosopher, is the author of the multi-award winning book The Legacy Letters. Though fictional, The Legacy Letters has won acclaim as a life lessons book for all generations, gaining the distinction of being the only book in publishing history to win awards in both fiction and non-fiction categories. A Renaissance Man in an age that lauds the specialist, The Huffington Post says Papritz “intrigues and enlightens, charms and catalyzes change for every reader.
As part of his many innovative and adventurous first-ever book signings, Carew truly lives his book’s central message to “live life to the fullest” while signing books on top of volcanoes and horses. These events and other YouTube videos, such as the “I Love to Read” series and his annual literacy-driven charity event, “The Great Book Balloon Launch,” inspire kids and adults to rediscover the joy of reading! Proceeds of the summer’s sales of The Legacy Letters went to the Make-a-Wish Foundation. Proceeds from his recent “First-Ever Book Signing while Stomping Grapes” went to the Seattle Children’s Hospital. Other charities include Reading is Fundamental and the Military Mama’s Network. Find his videos here.