Published march 2020 edited 6 januar 2022

The historical time we are living in gives a clear message to people
globally. Go to your room, stay there and rethink what you have done?
A typical conversation with a defiant 8 year old.

The virus attacks health care, workplaces, and our physical freedom.
it is invisible and passes through us, and every day new information
are coming about where and how the virus is going to strike.
To understand it, gives us tremendous collective

Solidarity and compassion create sustainability we have never seen
before. Vital socieal functions and health care, needs strict work conditions.
Solidarity provides social security and lubricates the social wheel to combat
the Covid 19 virus.

Let’s show how we C A N contribute to fight this pandemic virus?

Lech Wałęsa received the Nobel Peace Prize for his solidarity work, for
establishing the Eastern Bloc’s first independent trade union,
called «Solidarity.» The turnaround in Poland should inspire young
people today. Especially those with political distance or indifferent
with society aspects My fear is that too many of us take things for granted,
even when most people live by good intentions for their community
and their country. Democracy is threatened, and capitalism is the great
sinner. The very rich are little concerned about climate or soscial
environment, ergo, capitalism controls democracy and majority of people.
I know, this is simply layd out, but in this stage of history more complexity
and depth isn’t needed.

Clearly this situation shouldn’t need more clarity, every human on this
planet should understand the risc. Behave responsable, travel short and safe
, and don’t drink alcohol so the virus can strike your system easier.

Solidarity means the whole of sum, whole, togetherness, unity. All countries in
cooperation within their systems need solidarity. For the first time in my lifetime,
everyone on the planet is concerned and threatened by the same thing.
What happens to the virus and how long will this last?

Health is a culturally conditioned concept that varies with culture, perceptions
and history. «La familia» and the social and cultural structure of Italy, tight living
in close relations transported the virus quick. The intimate social relations in Italy
explains some of the massive contagions. When the outbrake started it was terrible
to follow the Covid-19 development in Italy. Knowledge and disease prevention is
important for a good life and good health. Now we live at a time we must listen
collectively and follow the rules. That in itself will build security.


Mental health is about whether a person manages to use their cognitive and
emotional skills to function in society and meet everyday demands. According to
WHO, there is no official definition of mental health. Cultural differences, subjective
judgments and competing theories influence how mental health should be defined.
Still, most people agree that mental health and mental illness do not complement
each other. In other words, the absence of mental illness will not necessarily be the
same as having good mental health. One way of thinking about mental health can
be to see how a person works in everyday life. Signals of good mental health are
when the person managing to cope with the normal amount of stress, maintain friendship
and live independently lifes, managing to stay away from emotional «pitfalls».

This is it, my global thought is: «we must be brave and behave, and brake the chain of spread.»

  • Health writer. (Tone Berg)