Ok, I am having a bit of a time seeing it, or anything else for that matter, closer than about 6 feet. You see, I broke my glasses yesterday. I am wearing some readers today for close work, like typing on the computer. I can see fine beyond 6 feet without glasses. Social distancing should be easier. As soon as someone breaks that 6 foot barrier, they turn blurry.
This got me thinking about all the other things we can't see. Like the start of the current pandemic, or the end of it for that matter. We certainly did not see the economy tanking like it did, but we can clearly see it now.
Home buyers and sellers sometimes don't have a clear vision either. Sellers believe their home should sell for MORE and buyers think it should be priced as LESS. Can they not see, or are they choosing not to see?
In all things, try to "See" what there is to see. I see what appears to be a glimmer of hope for both the economy and the country. Both are reemerging and healing may have started. Now if I can just get my glasses fixed.