Don’t Be Afraid Of COVID-19

Dr. Michael LaitmanFrom My Facebook Page Michael Laitman 3/25/20

The coronavirus came to tell us to stop running around like a hamster on a wheel, and start to develop a new way of thinking.

The coronavirus is no virus. It’s mercy from nature showing us what a terrible world we have created, and how much we are suffering in it.

For years, we were destroying everything that we created, everything that raised us, and today, instead of a world war that we would definitely have started, nature gives us a small virus, so that we slow down and realize what we have become.

These days, we have a lot of fears. We are afraid to get infected and die, we are scared to lose our financial means for existence, and we are worrying about ours and our children’s and grandchildren’s future. The global pandemic has terrified and paralyzed the entire world, binding people to their homes.

How should we adapt to the new coronavirus reality?

We should definitely calm down. We were not built to run races all the time. Our final goal is to attain what we are living for.

We have to understand the special role that the coronavirus has. It came to shake our previous foundations, so we could change them and discover more meaning through positively connecting to each other in our lives.

We should leave all of our fears behind, and instead of being worried about how to protect ourselves from the coronavirus, take care of how to correctly use this given moment and draw the correct conclusions.

The coronavirus “cleanses” us. It shows how our egoistic attitudes to each other limit us and make us pursue imaginary goals. Thus, the coronavirus gives us a chance to rise above our ego, feel the world through our inner structure, through our soul, and wake up to a completely different, infinite, whole and complete reality.

We are ready to take a step in order to here and now, in this life, reach the state of eternity, and as we can see, nature helps us to do so.

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