Question: The behavior of the Ebola virus, its aggressiveness, ruthlessness, the ability to settle inside a person and kill him inside, reflects the contemporary human society as if in a mirror. It seems that the spread of the deadly virus across continents is a consequence of increased violence among the people?
Answer: Of course, these things are connected. By disturbing the balance on the human level, we project it on the lower levels, causing an imbalance in the body.
It only seems as if our body exists separately. But in fact, it generally floats in the general soup, and its internal state is the same as in the soup outside. We exist within a system that does not perceive us as separate bodies.
Comment: No boundaries can stop the Ebola virus. If now its outbreak occurred in Liberia and other West African countries, it does not mean that it will remain there. It understands that all of humanity is one body, but we do not understand that fact.
The World Health Organization has recognized that it awoke too late to fight the virus, only after it went beyond the borders of Africa and all of a sudden became a worldwide problem. While it was raging in Africa, no one was worried, but as soon as it came to the United States and Spain, then people started shouting and it was noticed. It turns out that the epidemic is already at a catastrophic scale.
Answer: We think that the epidemic originated in Africa because of the low standard of living. But the reason is that we neglect these countries, do not deal with them, and do not accept them as part of our family. Our neglect leads to an outbreak there, and then it will come to us.
Question: So, it turns out that the weak place, which we neglect in our human society, becomes a convenient focus of the infection where it can penetrate and begin to spread throughout the body? As if we hurt our toe with a resulting inflammation, which we did not pay attention to until it spread further?
Answer: We can even make a purely pragmatic calculation, how much will it cost us now to fight the epidemic of Ebola, compared with how much we have spent on the establishment of a minimum balance and raising African countries to the level of all others.
From KabTV’s “A New Life” 10/19/14