On Coronavirus, the wellbeing of society and personal strength


Every day the globe faces different challenges. We are each on a journey and from time to time we may face some bumps or rough spots. This does not mean our journey ends there. The challenging times we may experience can slow us down, but we need to move forward.
If we have the plan to place for these challenging times, we will be better prepared to continue on our eternal journey.
One of the challenges that humanity is facing right now is Coronavirus.
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses found in both animals and humans. Some infect people and are known to cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). [1]
DNA NGO suggests the following theory for tackling Coronavirus.
We do believe that Coronavirus is being transferred via water and human fluids. So just using contaminated water may be enough for getting the virus.
We do believe that the key of creating the vaccine should be searched in DNA of the contaminated human and compare that with one of the most compatible opposite gender person.
We suggest that more research is needed to have a deeper look at the bone marrow structure and its usage for creating the vaccine.
We suggest that whatever scientists will have a look should be done with love and patience. And society should also be patient so we can face human challenges all together.
Meanwhile, DNA NGO suggests you use the STRENGTH method for structuring a strong health state and then scale up to the level of society.

Sleep: Practice healthy and balanced sleeping habits. Go to bed early and wake up early.
Take the time to have a grateful attitude: Finding at least one thing to be thankful and grateful for is a great way to get rid of any negativity.
Resist target behaviors: Avoid any harmful activities such as negative self-talk, alcohol/drug abuse, self-harming, withdrawal from friends and family.
Exercise: Exercising daily will boost your health and self-esteem. Feel good, look good, do good.
Nutrition: Eating foods that are good for you will give you the energy needed throughout the day.
Gain mastery: Find a healthy leisure skill you enjoy and master your skill in it.
Take time for yourself: Make sure to set time aside for yourself to wind down and relax.
Healthy self-talk: Take time daily to say nice things to yourself! Remember if you wouldn’t say it to a child, then don’t say it to yourself!

Be positive, optimistic  and remember, your DNA is unique!

[1] https://www.who.int/news-room/q-a-detail/q-a-coronaviruses