covid19 – We only die once. Right?

So far I was of the opinion that a person can only die once. covid19 seems to have changed this.

I have to warn you. This blog post is written more critically than previous ones. Maybe a little of the modern “political correctness” is missing.

A lot has happened in the past month. An unbelievable amount of news tells us everything from the end of the world and the wildest conspiracy theories to total denial. Everyone has a different opinion, which is formed by TV and social media.

Terrible numbers from all over the world reach us every day. Italy around 800 dead, USA 1,000 dead – a day – and no end in sight. 1000 dead every day! Did you know that about 7,700 people die in the US every day – without coronavirus? Are now 8700 people dying every day? Can a person die more than ones? Maybe heart attack and corona? Twice?

Life expectancy in the US is 78.6 years and in Italy 82.2 years. 50% of all deaths in Italy are over 80 years old. So people are dying who would die anyway – statisticly speaking. Are the 800 dead people now part of the normally 1,600 dead? 50%? or 75% or 10%?

Maybe the time has come to use the brain, I mean your own.

Whats the point ?

What’s the point? We are. You are. Right? But if it would be true:

Annually die …

  • 1.35 million people in road accidents – 38,000 in the United States alone.
  • 650,000 of heart diseases – in the United States alone
  • 600,000 of cancer – also in the United States
  • 1 million people worldwide because they have no access to clean water
  • 1 million people worldwide from the consequences of AIDS
  • 1 million people in Africa suffer from lower respiratory infections
  • 7 million people die from smoking

Have we stopped the world before – like now – to do something about it? Ever? Have we ever checked our position in this madness?

What can we do, what can you do?

Get healthy. We mean that dead seriously.

Statistics from the ISS in Italy show that around 97% of all deaths had Pre-existing conditions such as high blood pressure 70.6%, diabetes 31.7%, heart disease 28.1%, COPD 18%, etc.

Not one or two Pre-existing conditions – 61.9% had three or more Pre-existing conditions, 20.5% had two pre-existing conditions and 14.4% “only” had one pre-existing condition.

So old people don’t just die. People who are not healthy die. And whose fault is that? Yes, I know, nobody wants to hear that. Each of us is responsible for our own health. A self-conducted survey of 458 people showed that over 90% of all respondents put their health exclusively on the doctor. A pill to bring back your health? Really?

Do you smoke?

Really? With what lie do you stick to the cigarette? Did you know that trillions of free radicals enter your body with every inhale and damage the inside of your vessels? Just after one inhale? Do you want to be one of the 7 million dead? Oh yeah, I almost forgot, you age faster.

What about alcohol?

I know, a glass of wine every day. The good red wine. Culture. Enjoyment. Must be. Belongs to life. I don’t let anyone forbid me. It’s proven to be healthy. Actually, it is not. Decades of research have shown that a liver that sees alcohol every day hardly produces any protein. And proteins are vital for the brain, muscles, nerves – basically for everything.

Your testosterone level disappears completely if you drink alcohol every day. And without testosterone, there is no build-up in protein. A glass of wine will wash away magnesium for the next three days to such an extent that you can’t make up for it with the greatest of efforts. Magnesium is energy, important for the heart, muscles, nerves, etc. I’m even not talking about the 20% increased risk of colon cancer.

If you now think “This is my life and is only my concern”, then I can only ask you to stop visiting hospitals in the future and do not use disabled parking spaces or other facilities, because you have damaged your immune system and your health all by yourself.

And if we shut down the world again because of a virus and destroying the existence of hundreds of thousands, then please only die once and please not from the virus. It makes panic for the uninformed. Right?

“If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. As a man changes his own nature, so does the attitude of the world change towards him. … We need not wait to see what others do.”

Mahatma Gandhi

I know only too well, dear friend, how easy it is to look for problems outside of yourself and blame others for something, to accuse and not taking responsibility. If you really want to change something, try looking inside – only for a few days.

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Enjoy the day and a nice week to all of you. Next time there will be an update on our situation in Palm Springs, California.

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Hi, my name is Jürgen. Most know me as Jay. I know, this can be confusing. My new name was caused by hundreds of Starbucks cups, all labeled with different names. I have never encountered life as powerfully as it has in recent years and I should not be surprised that I have left behind the realm of quick and impersonal business and conforming to society’s expectations. I swapped my jacket for hiking clothes and shorts, the aftershave for bug spray, and my car for a camper.

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  • akshat bakliwal

    Thank you for the information. I could not agree more.

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