Much has been written about the Great Depression during the 1930’s. It is usually focused on the economic history, such as unemployment reaching 25%. Reading can give a mental image, but only seeing gives a visual image. For most people, the only visual image of that history would be the food lines, with hundreds of men standing for hours for a bowl of soup. To refresh your memory, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxXVGgMfpas
I never imagined we would see such food lines in America again. Instead of hundreds of men standing, it is thousands of families in cars. See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKn6g9-mrrM
It is a new world for sure, and we will be brave . . . but it is okay to be sad.