Low Cost Preventative Method Or Getting Through The Pandemic/COVID-19

  1. Supplement with Zinc and Vitamin D
  2. Hydrate and keep electrolytic balance
  3. sleep
  4. exercise
  5. diet
  6. wear mask
  7. hand sanitize
  8. physical distance
  9. get flu shot
  10. ventilate living space
  11. be polite
  12. consider a low viral load
  13. no touching
  14. learn from Japan model
  15. watch John Campbell videos
  16. use app
  17. 811 call
  18. do more virtually
  19. education
  20. practice good health habits

People And COVID-19

Summer is coming to a close, and in the fall many parents and students are preparing to return to school and work.

Many people are concerned about the ‘second wave’ and ‘cold and flu season’.

In BC, Adrian Dix and Bonnie Henry, are doing their best to lead the province into this transition as calmly and safely and thoughtfully as the leadership can muster.

Employers are also putting their best foot forward.

We are being reminded what important steps we must all undertake to keep safe.

Preparation for September 2020

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A Moralist Or A Libertarian?

Who but a bluenose or a puritan would abscond with free will?

Certainly not a libertarian, or a Joseph Conrad, who sees the human spirit as real, explores the human psyche and speaks through story to the world.

Who but an Immanuel Kant, would restrict morality to a system or an Aristotelian, who approaches practical reasoning, based on the notion of reason.

What is good and bad today?

Is the ‘will’ real?

Are we accountable for our feelings?

Whereas, cultural norms almost universally prohibit incestuous relationships.

The degree of ‘appropriate feelings’ seem to becoming regulated by groups like sociological based think tanks and government justice departments.

The increase of population, technology and the decrease of available resources like land and precious metals are separating the ‘haves’ and the ‘have nots’.

I still believe in the ‘good life’ and that requires individuals to live better lives for themselves and those they care about in our society.

Let’s find a healthier balance, before we make too many rules.