When is the ‘Flu not the ‘Flu?
COVID-19 is creeping ever closer to becoming a pandemic. That’s not good news.
The last time the world panicked was in 2003 with the SARS outbreak.
In the meantime, Ebola gave us cause for concern, but that was contained mainly in Africa.
Does anyone remember the Spanish ‘flu? Probably not, since you’d be over 100 years of age. H1N1 resurfaced in 2009 as “swine” ‘flu. It seems that ‘what goes around, comes around again’.
When the Scientists call it Something Else
It doesn’t matter what anyone calls a virus outbreak: if you’re weak, it may kill you; if you’re healthy, you’ll live to fight another day.
We reside in bodies that are prone to infections.
It’s a constant reminder that we are not separate from everything else.
So, my best advice? Live each day as if it’s your last. It just might be…