Martin Luther wrote about how to approach life during the Black Death (yes, much worse than Covid-19). Who knew?
Nonetheless, it’s great advice for loving your neighbors, trusting God, and using common sense in the middle of a health crisis.
“I shall ask God mercifully to protect us. Then I shall fumigate, help purify the air, administer medicine and take it. I shall avoid places and persons where my presence is not needed in order not to become contaminated and thus perchance inflict and pollute others and so cause their death as a result of my negligence. If God should wish to take me, he will surely find me and I have done what he has expected of me and so I am not responsible for either my own death or the death of others. If my neighbor needs me however I shall not avoid place or person but will go freely as stated above. See this is such a God-fearing faith because it is neither brash no foolhardy and does not tempt God.”
-Luther’s Works, Volume 43, pg 132 – the letter “Whether one may flee from a Deadly Plague” written to Rev. Dr. John Hess
Covid-19 is a virus that can make you sick, and some are more at-risk of getting it bad (including death.) So yes, wash your hands more often. As it spreads, don’t go out near lots of people if you don’t have to. Play it safe – consider your neighbor – take immune-support supplements – use your Rife (Corona Virus, Viral Complex, Flu and Cold Prevention, Pneumonia_Causative) – and feel free to stock up on TP if you want, so you don’t have to go out
Some recommended supplements to stay healthy
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Dustin has been passionate about holistic health since he met his wife, Dr Mallory Ranem (Conners) 20 years ago. As the Digital Media Manager, he coordinates content across Conners Clinic’s large online presence, including written, video, and audio.