I have been wondering what might account for the waning motivation to be “masked” in public during the COVID-19 pandemic.
a) You are puzzled or perturbed by the reduction in mask-wearing as a mitzvah/act of civil obedience;
b) You are old enough to remember the Lone Ranger radio and television shows and its clarion call to pay attention to “the masked rider”;
c) You are a biking enthusiast;
d) You love looking at contemporary situations through Rabbi Ben Bag Bag’s understanding of Jewish texts; keep turning it and you will always find something of value.