Moments of Humanity: Covid

HOUSTON, TX - NOVEMBER 26: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) Dr. Joseph Varon hugs and comforts a patient in the COVID-19 intensive care unit (ICU) during Thanksgiving at the United Memorial Medical Center on November 26, 2020 in Houston, Texas. According to reports, Texas has reached over 1,220,000 cases, including over 21,500 deaths. (Photo by Go Nakamura/Getty Images)

Moments of Humanity Covid.

There is a human fallout of any disease, but Covid-19 (SARS CoV-2) needn’t have had as much fallout as it did.

In this Moments of Humanity we show true human empathy. This is what needs to be on the front page of every newspaper in the world. The impact is felt everywhere. But the USA refuses to look away from the dead horse it is kicking. One man does not topple a nation, the nation topples itself. Focusing all the energy on those that have enabled Covid-19 to spread like a darkness across our nation is more responsible. That would in fact include, those we are most angry at.

That’s my piece for Moments of Humanity. The raw struggle to survive encapsulated within an image of two people who only know empathy for other human beings.


s a vicinanza

I have found, from speaking with thousands of people since 1994, that no one plays the victim, that is impossible. Some people manufacture pain, to cover a deeper pain, that is hard to face. When we accuse people of playing a role, it is good to know, how that role manifested. There we find the attack, in whatever form that may be, that created the victim, every time.

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