The reaction of various social groups to government measures and decisions causes strikes, i.e. abstention from work, and the blockade of public goods, roads, airports, ports, etc. When a group considers its interests to be affected, it strikes, invites its members to abstain from work, and as a rule moves vigorously.
This peculiar domestic war of modern society is of great interest in the issues of faith in the living God, because while we are paying high costs for our economic or social interests and even resorting to harsh reactions, we do not show that we are willing to pay the cost of our personal inertia on the issues of faith in the living God.
On the contrary, we seem to enjoy our inertia, we show that we are not disturbed by stagnation and indifference, we show that while for the goods of this world we are willing to work and react with high economic and social costs, to the issues of our dormant faith we have no opinion and determination, we are not reacting to our fruitless indifference, an indifference that, as time goes on, is increasingly making us less aware of our Creator.