Many of us are very concerned about the uncertainties we are facing - What
is this COVID-19 thing and what makes it any different from all the other diseases? Why have our leaders shut down the world? When are things going back to normal?
Why are so many of all ages sick? How do we protect ourselves? Are the vaccines
really “safe and effective”? Who can we trust?
These are all very important questions and call for clear answers if we are
to move forward with certainty. It’s hard not to feel powerless in the face of
all this. Acquiring information and knowledge is empowering, and then you have
to apply it, which takes a whole other level of courage.
One thing is certain – nothing ever stays the same and to expect it to, or
to long for what was is not a very productive nor fulfilling way to live. Life
is an adventure and if we’re doing it right, every moment should be filled with
learning, un-learning, and re-learning.
Here at CovidHelp, we want to encourage you to empower yourself and take
charge of the decisions you make. You are the final authority in your life.
Life offers no guarantees but this – everything is cyclical, and death is
inevitable. Death is an integral part of life and something we must come to
terms with if we don’t want to live in fear.
All life is precious and hangs in a
delicate balance as each choice we make affects the whole. The thing to
remember is that the whole is made up of the individual.
The quality of life
that each person maintains contributes to the harmony of the community. No one should be sacrificed for the whole. It is in the
best interest of each of us to consider how our actions affect those around us.
This may seem like too much responsibility, but our perspective can help
keep us in balance. Be sure to educate yourself as best you can in order to make the most balanced decisions, and realize that new information may change everything. Be flexible and know you will never be able to please everyone around you. You must make decisions that are best for yourself and your family. A good rule of thumb is -
when the plane decides to crash, remember to put your oxygen mask on first, then help those around you.
What we hope to do here at CovidHelp is to guide you to the information you
need to maintain your health. We feel people need not perish for lack of knowledge.