…altogether choking off the air supply for our human desire to improve and pave a way for ourselves. The Bay Area has been and continues to be an example of the future from which the rest of our country follows. What happens to the rest of the country, and even our world, when that guiding light becomes too obscured and the space necessary for risk-taking and innovation is suffocated? What ripple effect does that create when the bubble bursts and the pent-up strain filling one corner of the world gushes out? More importantly, what can we do to ease that strain?
…g to light a struggle that shouldn’t exist. And I want to support the demand to find that solution. Call me entitled, but I don’t think you should be barred from growing and exploring and taking risks because your income isn’t in proportion with the cost of living in your area.