Learning about greek mythology and other mythologies from around the world is a way to connect with our shared humanity. Myths tell the stories through the ages of what it's like to be human.

Even if the story is 1,000 years old, we can still relate to the myth.

This illustration shows Sisyphus with the coronavirus instead of a buolder, and the caption reads:

Monday, April 13, 2020. By Bob Eckstein, with Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, and Taiwan had flattened the curve. Then travelers from the US and Europe began reimporting the coronavirus—so they have to do it again.
published in Wired Magazine
Monday, April 13, 2020
cartoon by Bob Eckstein / post by Jose Diaz and Sarah Poyet
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Created on 2021-05-17 at 17:41 and last updated on 2021-05-24 at 17:31.