No matter where you are in the world,
you might have been affected by the current virus pandemic and crisis, even if only by the current restrictions.
Globetrotting, as much as it's usually appealing is not a desirable activity right now. The focus is back to
the fundamental values of family, friends and community irrespective of where you might be in the
Why we call it a crisis?
You will notice that we have titled
this page COVID-19 Crisis, rather than pandemic. Unfortunately, there is a good reason for it. As much as
coronavirus has caused a global epidemic, we believe that economic and social consequences of various types of
"lockdowns" that have been instituted by different countries will cause more economic hardship, social unrest and
even a long-lasting health crisis. This will be far greater than anything caused by coronavirus and unfortunately
could last for years.
And that's even without going into a
whole new subject of whether this is only a part of the world's rich elite social engineering plan. Although, this
more looks like "never let a good crisis go to waste".
|The COVID-19 pandemic could end up creating far
greater economic and social crisis,
than a health crisis. (Image by Pixabay.com)
Look after yourself and keep your spirits up
Nonetheless, the virus is real and it
can be fatal for some people, even if you don't belong to high risk group, over 70, with multiple health issues.
So, the best current prevention from
becoming a statistic seems to be looking after yourself, as in any health or financial crisis. And this is becoming
more of the later than the former.
This is no surprise when you see the
"quality" of those making decisions, their titles or positions notwithstanding. As George Gilder, of Gilder's
Daily Prophecy, says:
"...(W)henever we assign supreme
powers over our lives to bureaucrats and politicians, we should expect the eruption of giant avalanches of
Having said that, it's still smart to
look after your health and your family, not because the government or some self-appointed pandemic advisory body
says, but because it's a practical thing to avoid unnecessary problems.
Focus on the important things in life,
make the most of whatever you have, and try to keep your spirits and up and common sense working.