I saw a powerful meme over the weekend. It contained two images.
The first image depicted U.S. soldiers running along the beaches on D-Day. The caption beneath it read, “Americans in 1944 facing almost certain death.”
The second image was an adult male American wearing a face mask, hiding behind a cushy chair. The caption for this image read, “Americans in 2020 facing a 99.9% survival rate.”
Have you heard of all the videos on social media that are being blocked or censored under the context of “dangerous misinformation?”
As bad as this is, there is something good we can celebrate.
In today’s world, at least so far, no one comes to your home and rifles through your personal library. No one takes your books away from you, casts them into the street and lights them on fire.
At least, not yet.
In today’s whirld, you cannot assume that something “would never happen” – and yes, that includes conspiracies.
Not all of them are theories.
I was on a group call on Saturday, and to my surprise, a few people who are still being held captive in their own homes, thought it was a good idea. They’re living in fear mode and happy to do so.
Being sheltered is understandable if you are sick and/or at risk, but these people aren’t. Not even close.
I stated how the gyms in Florida are opening this week. Let me tell you, when I made this comment you could feel their shrieks crossing state lines.
Several weeks ago, when the shutdown started, I told you the projections were far-fetched. I told you this virus isn’t everything we’re being told.
I told you the worst virus of all is the fear virus. And running close second are the viruses of sadness and loneliness.
Is it any wonder then, that healthy people who are being quarantined are getting sick?
Not being able to move increases negative emotion – and this leads to dis-ease.
You might wonder how it is that I’m able to see through what’s going on.
I’m able to see through it because I have the ability to discern without allegiance to any party or affiliation. I am unbiased in my thinking. I have a clear mind.
And my mind is clear because I practice exercises that “unwind my mind” and give me a fresh outlook on life on a daily basis.
I practice a physical exercise, Dao Zou, that I believe, based on my own experience, clears the cobwebs of doubt, worry, sadness, anger and other negative emotions that all of us are prone to experiencing.
I practice an exercise that increases my mental clarity and puts me in the moment.
I practice an exercise that invigorates and recharges my brain and nervous system.
This exercise defeats and deflects negatives thoughts and emotions without working on your beliefs or engaging in psychological study.
Nothing wrong with the psychological aspects. I enjoy them, too.
But when you just want to move – and the movement itself takes care of your internal psychology, well, that’s a major league bonus, don’t you think?
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