Coronavirus and Trust in 2021

Posted February 11, 2021 by stilsonlewis

You may have my safety in your hands. Should I trust you?

There are new strains of Coronavirus spreading. Are they really more dangerous? In what ways? How infectious are they; do they require as much accumulation of viral load to make one sick? Maybe wearing two masks is the answer.... Things evolve, viruses mutate, and we must learn how to change and keep up for the safety of all.
And as the Coronavirus goes about being a virus, which includes mutation and seeking new hosts, we must remember that we are more intelligent than it is. Sometimes, when we look around, that might be difficult to believe (laughing), but we are gaining on it.

A useful tool in keeping some perspective on things is a booklet called The Way to Happiness by L. Ron Hubbard. Although the first precept in the booklet, "Take care of yourself." is a good place to start, but today, "Be worthy of trust "is the precept that seems important. Even with contact tracing, it is difficult to know the path contagion has taken, and then the handling is retrospective. To be proactive, to wear masks when out in the world and disposable gloves, and change them when you come home, is a way of taking care of others. It is a way of being worthy of the trust of your family and friends.
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Issued By Martha stilson
Country United States
Categories Health , Medical , Politics
Tags Coronavirus , trust , mutation , Masks , Health
Last Updated February 11, 2021