I read the following in the Guardian last week in an article entitled Who wants a recession?:
"A recession calls into question our assumption that we can have it all and that we can have it now," says Hazel Buckley, a Franciscan sister.
"We need to embrace the 'ethic of enough', which involves a decision to have only what we need, not all that we want. Leaner times can help us make this distinction. The period of Lent is a good opportunity to pare back the excesses in our life and to be content and grateful for what we already have."
I couldn't help but think that those who are shouting about the domicile rule right now might have a lot to learn from this. Those who use the domicile rule have privilege. Apparently that is not enough. I think that sad.