Virus & Panic

I am not saying any virus can not be serious and that we should not take precausions. I am saying …1. Don’t live in FEAR. Don’t Panic. The scripture says “Do not fear” 365 times, one for each day of the year.

Yes be prepared but not hoarder. Yes take precautions but dont freak out. Yes buy extra but don’t forget to share with those in need. Take Immune builders, disposable gloves, get plenty of sleep, drink half your body weight in water, eat clean = like a farmer not processed and junk foods.

Don’t forget to help your Senior, disabled, etc. neighbors that could not stock up and may need some food or toliet paper. Don’t let Fear steal your humanity.

If they are sick, you can leave it on the porch or by the front door.

Point is, this is nothing new. Every year there are viruses and last year 60,000 died. Two important things to avoid any virus or disease is…

#1 Get rid of Stress. Don’t live in Fear. Get rid of stress and live in Peace. No Drama, as much you is within you. Stress lowers your immunity.

#2 Make sure your body is more alkaline. An acidy body will be susceptable to disease and Viruses. A simple way to do this is to mix 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda in a small amount of water. If your over 50 yr. old, do this four times a day AND cut out sugar, junk food, and processed foods that makes it more acid.

Take this time to build your body up, health wise. Maybe learn to “Fast” every other day or 3 days a week. There are many benifits to fasting. Check out books or You Tubes by Jason Fung. I also use Young Living to build my immune system. Contact me if you wish to know more.

As Mrs. Claus, every year during the Christmas Season, parents bring sick childrens all the time, to see Santa and Mrs. Claus. They are too sick to go to school, SO they bring them to see Santa and Mrs. Claus. With little reguard or thought to making others around them sick or making Santa and Mrs. Claus sick.

We do what we can to stay healthy but most end up sick by the end of the season. and many take weeks to recover.

The point is we don’t Fear and Panic. We prepare, do what we can and face each season with excitement.

Remember, “This too shall Pass”.

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