We can be informed and educated around the issues, form our own opinions and share them with others, write and discourse and engage in sense-making and apply our Integral understandings, as @Charles_Marxer has done.
Given we are not just thinking and doing beings, but also feeling and sensing beings, we can lament privately or with one another the situation while being grateful that light is being shined on it, and we can sense into possible future outcomes, both positive and negative, while acknowledging our not-knowing.
Given we have interior lives and not just an exterior focus, we can observe our thoughts, feelings, and attitudes–the lay of our consciousness–and self-correct where we judge necessary. We can confront illusions and the degree of any disillusionment, and thus bring ourselves into greater inner coherence and harmony, all of which is energy expended towards a positive outcome, to reference an interest of @robert.bunge and the preferred approach of @Sidra, I believe, We can pray, contemplate, meditate, etc.
Should we just adjust to the situation? Yes and no, as in “everything’s perfect, now let’s get busy changing it as fast as we can.” Change-effort that is contextualized in a degree of non-attachment to outcomes has the benefit of keeping us open to incoming and inner-arising insights, intuitions, and vision, and generally affords us greater clarity.
We are not separate from society; we are makers of society and live within it. Given the four quadrants are tetra-arising–individual consciousness (UL), behavior (UR), and cultural-societal/political phenomena and behavior (LL and LR)–the I, We, and It are all in this together, so as @raybennett says, withdrawal is not the answer.
We are not powerless. Some people may choose to exercise their American and societal citizenship, as @excecutive speaks to the value of, through local or larger-scale activism; others not. Hopefully, we all show up and vote.
As for me, my sense is of the “light” waxing, the “dark” waning, at least for another 6 weeks or so.