When you have to come to a conclusion
I listened to this while writing this post, try it while you read :o)
Today, I am trying to reach a conclusion, let’s see. Here is what I understand from recent events. I will not quote any sources, as my blog posts are personal and reflect the personal reflections that I share. So this is the attempt at a conclusion.
A virus is spreading. Its rate of spread is similar* (sources vary on this) to that of the flu and lower than other major contagious diseases (which are worth mentioning), with the exception of Ebola, of which it is equivalent. It creates complications for the elderly or people with significant chronic health conditions (until then, these are the usual target victims, with the exception that young children seem to be spared). The hospitalisation ratio appears to be more targeted to the elderly, and the mortality rate appears to follow this same trend. Until now, it is difficult to know the difference with the flu, because the disease is subject to an almost automatic hospitalisation.
This same mortality rate appears to be four times higher than that of the flu and its relatively similar causes. After all, people do not die in 100 different ways in the case of a disease, the weakest body ends up “letting go”.
With the demographic curves in several countries being relatively inverted, or in the form of, forgive me, God, a suppository, it is not surprising that the pressure to act and the forcefulness of speeches have the same tendency.
From there, we enter into a taboo philosophical reasoning where the slightest movement will touch more than sensitive areas. This is how the System still wins its bet by using its most powerful turn, letting go. We have no choice but to follow the parade at the risk of being excommunicated from the group. Will History, the old enemy of the System, now be able to bring us some light before the next crisis? Time will tell.
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Translation by Abbie Sims: https://www.linkedin.com/in/acsims/
Last Updated on March 19, 2020 by Coach Danny