Fear of a Mask?

📌📜 AW LOVELIES, JOY MAKE GREAT WORKS, BUT SHE ALSO HAS WONDERFUL THOUGTHS.

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IMG_20200405_0001 Rosie the Risk Reducer by Joy Murray

One of the observations  I’ve made about this (sort of) quarantine for COVID- 19, and people’s anger at being forced to stay home, or wear masks, and suddenly find their world much smaller and less in their own control, is that it’s like having a disability.

When you have a disability, there are things you have to do that you don’t want to — medications, assistive devices, and often pain.  You don’t get to go places you went before, you’re stuck, sometimes for the rest of your life.

Many people find making accommodations for you annoying, or not worth the expense.  People try to tell you that if only you took this vitamin, used this meditation technique, or saw this healer or preacher, if you believed, you wouldn’t have the disability.

If you didn’t take the drugs that are helping you, you wouldn’t…

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6 responses to “Fear of a Mask?

  1. Thanks, Love, for the share! You’re too kind.

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