The 8th Is A Good Day To . . . not listen to some social group or clique that wants to share ‘facts’ that are a distinct danger to your health. Under current conditions that likely applies to anyone who thinks they know better than the world’s epidemiologists. Though our knowledge of Covid-19 is growing and so changing every day, there are some solid established facts that those who are always looking for conspiracies (or looking to make a name for themselves), those who barely passed high school science but who now ‘just know’ how we should conduct ourselves, and those who earned their medical degrees on Facebook, will try to persuade you aren’t valid. You may be told that if you are spiritually and/ or biologically healthy you have nothing to fear, or that if you’re young it won’t be worse than the common cold (part of why this virus can be so deadly is that this is new to our immune systems–on an individual basis they may not be equipped to respond adequately), or that this is just Nature’s way of sorting us out–and with that last, I actually agree: survival of the fittest includes decimating populations who aren’t smart enough to respect the science of the virus, to learn, adapt, and so survive. Wear a mask over nose and mouth, social distance, wash your hands, do your part–when it comes to science, your beliefs don’t matter–and doing what’s suggested will, at the very least, show you care for and respect your fellow human beings.
A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.