My Turn: What to do when nothing works

Mayor Harry Kim and Gov. David Ige do not agree on how, when or whether to resume interisland travel. Many states do not agree with each other in their strategies to deal with the pandemic. The federal structures do not agree with themselves. Is it any wonder that most of us are uncertain when seeking facts, accuracy, or guidance? The fallout from such a chaotic reality is predictable; many/most of the systems that we have come to believe in are flirting with collapse. Even when collapse may not be imminent, the fear of it is looming. Rational planning of most sorts has become a dim hope. Just as hope is not a plan, neither is blame an answer to the question. What to do when nothing works?