One key element is your ability to adapt to the change that brought the stress, whether it was a real event or a negative experience. You might try reinterpreting the situation as a challenge rather than a problem and thereby cope differently. In any case, you have to keep a proper distance from your stress to control it. We are all going to be tested, double-entendre intended. Ultimately the Coronavirus is going to circulate like a seasonal flu but potentially more dangerous and unpredictable. And as a reminder, maintain your social distancing in all situations. Be a little relaxed paranoid; the coronavirus is out to get you.
Always wear a mask, or you kill the ones you love.
You must not be a casualty of someone else’s dream or misinformation.
At some point in your life, if you are not happy with your actuality, relationships, or health, you have to decide whether to continue your attitude and old ways, later have many regrets, or make the changes necessary to achieve your goals by starting now. Bear in mind that if you have a lot of excuses not to alter and improve your existence, wash your hands, wear a mask, that the justifications are probably well-planned lies. You may just want a healthy life and authenticity. Forget it. Normal left our times long ago and does not figure on returning anytime soon. Life does not stand still, or go in a straight line, and luck only favors the prepared mind.
Don’t wear a mask and you kill the ones you love.
Corruption, nepotism, exposing wrongdoings, and biased reporting seems to be everywhere. Whatever happened to a universe of honest exchanges in search of mutual understanding. There is nothing inherently virtuous about being neither here nor there or not picking a side. Too many talented and passionate citizens spend too much energy, where they have the least impact. There is an inversion of our priorities from the neighborhood whose life we can help change, to the nation that we can’t save. We have to share a community that we can immediately and consequentially enrich. Unfortunately, the scale of the challenge contributes to a sense of futility. For example, the toxic air that is polluted enough to project danger to the health and development of our entire population and neighborhood, and amazingly, the simple act of getting everyone to wear a mask.
Agrostological campaign. The word refers to the purposeful spread of ignorance. It’s how people create uncertainty about scientific results when there really shouldn’t be any. The real pioneers were the tobacco companies, and the campaign to discredit doctors who claimed tobacco smoke was a carcinogen, it is. Become suspicious when some nefarious institutional entities are controlling the situation. Protect yourself from magical thinking by developing a strong base of information about the subject, not just by googling terms. Below are some reliable sources.
Some of the best sources for reliable health information are:
Centers for disease control and prevention, CDC.gov, (disease outbreaks.)
Cleveland Clinic Mayo Clinic, my.clevelandclinic.org: (explains conditions)
Mayoclinic.org ((diagnose and treatments)
Cochrane, Cochrane.org (Reports on the various topic by scientists)
Medline Plus, medlineplus.org (Hot issues and evidence)
World health organization, who.int (World Wide clarifications.)
Stay safe, Isolate.
The energy that the sun gives to the earth in one hour is equivalent to all the energy used in a year by civilization.
Throughout the past century, humankind has done everything in its power to dominate nature. We dammed all of our planet’s important rivers, chopped down rain and old-growth forests, depleted our precious soil and paved over enormous amounts of fertile farmland. Burning fossil fuels created over eons, we pumped billions of tons of greenhouse gasses in the air, altering atmospheric chemistry, changing weather patterns, and appreciably warming the planet on an accelerated basis. As our world’spopulation rises above the 7 billion marks, dozens of animal and plant species go extinct every day. We have a very simple challenge. Build a sustainable economy, or stay with our unstainable system until it declines, to a planetary-scale degradation, and takes us all down with it.
Once a year we celebrate the earth ecologically. The rest of the year we treat it like dirt.
Stay safe, isolate.