When the world stops turning
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This post is the fourth of a series of ten posts about certain aspects of our lives during the COVID-19 crisis. These posts must be read in order, starting with the 6th post would make absolutely no sense to the reader. Enjoy reading and above all, enjoy reflecting.
I said that medical advancements should not be taken into account, but they have sly consequences. The life expectancy of humans depends, among other things, on these advancements, allowing the weakest to live longer and the elderly to lengthen their lives by a few years or even decades. Health conditions and hygienic practices in general must be considered.
We therefore have characteristics that can be classified according to a psychological and physical dimension. These characteristics may apply to an individual or group. Some characteristics will span wider horizons than others. Personal hygiene measures will apply to personal physical dimensions, but may extend to the psychological dimension of the individual and the group. We often do things for the eyes of others before our own. This dynamic is part of the process of protection against excommunication.
This list should then be weighted according to the effect that each characteristic has on the evolution of a crisis such as the one we are currently experiencing. This effect will obviously vary over time. For example, organised religions were once very involved in state affairs, but are certainly less so today. Many more means of communication exist today, although they are potentially more or less harmful. Access to information has increased tenfold, but the quality of that information has potentially been diluted.
To be continued…
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Translation by Abbie Sims: https://www.linkedin.com/in/acsims/
Last Updated on May 12, 2020 by Coach Danny