Parents in Ukraine are living the nightmare that we all dread. From afar, it is attractive, but immoral

No one knows the proper way to watch a fight. Although our indignation at the horrifying sight of the Russian invasion is strong and our sympathy for the Ukrainian people is profound, in the end we are just spectators. idle as barbaric crimes against humanity are exposed live on our screens. I’m sure the compulsive ‘we have to do something’ comes from a sense of charity, but I wonder if it comes from our desperate need to get rid of our own worthlessness at the end of the day. when the world needs it.

I’ve been anxious for weeks trying to figure out how to do something good or anything useful. People stuff oversized canvas shopping bags with supplies and drag them to local drop-off points. Everyone waits in line because the queue is vital proof: all these people queuing is proof that there is still humanity in the world. More than that, it’s proof that we helped.

https://www.independent.ie/opinion/comment/mothers-and-fathers-in-ukraine-are-living-the-nightmare-we-all-dread-looking-away-is-appealing-but-amoral-41428722.html Parents in Ukraine are living the nightmare that we all dread. From afar, it is attractive, but immoral

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