So far I personally have mostly adjusted quite well to the birdemic at a psychological and spiritual level - helped by an unusually dry and sunny spell of weather.
The spiritual is, of course, the primary requirement - and psychological is the second; yet we must not make the mistake of assuming that - because we personally have been able to adjust to the new conditions - this also means that current arrangement are sustainable at the system level.
Because; while we personally may feel better about things, day by day; nonetheless, at the system level the problems caused by the monomaniac and totalitarian international response to the birdemic are getting worse and worse; and will at some point (we have probably passed this point) lead to system-collapse.
A useful analogy is with foundations and superstructure. We have removed most of the foundations, and are occupied in demolishing the remaining ones. The superstructure will not collapse instantly, but collapse it shall - and when that collapse begins, the first falling parts of the building will pull down the others.
For example the Christian churches. If I am correct; the Christian churches have already excavated their own foundations.
In the short term, low-level leaders and rank-and-file members are adjusting as best
they can, making the most of the situation. Some are finding an altruistic motivation in working-around the restrictions; some are finding substitute arrangements to be a refreshing novelty, with much to appreciate and enjoy.
All this is good and worthwhile. But the churches will collapse, anyway.
My point is that we need to be able to separate issues.
It can be true simultaneously both that individuals can feel fine or better yesterday and today at the level of superstructure, and at the same time the system is foundationally weakened and will collapse.
And the longer it goes on, the more this is the case.
Note: I should make clear that I believe (reluctantly) that it would be best for the world (I mean the best spiritually, and from an eternal perspective) that The System does collapse.
(Collapse is not, of course, 'for the best' from a material perspective and over a timescale of the coming months and years.)
I believe this because I regard the crisis as having demonstrated that this world is controlled by a global establishment. I further believe that this global establishment is evil - by which I mean that it hates God and The Good.
Therefore, The System is here-and-now evil by intent and in actuality, so (from my Christian perspective) we would be better-off without it.