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Coping with The Pandemic -Self Medicating or Meditation-Healthy Food & Exercise

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Baba Wesley Gray

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Part 2 - "...our material disease is holding persistently to the belief in our total independence. This is ironic because, although a certain amount of free will is the birthright of all human beings, but we are not really free.Our minds are controlled. Every time we turn on the television, listen to the radio, read the newspaper or interact with social institutions, we are being programmed. We must be careful not to adopt the bad habits of others around us. For example, We may easily become distracted by sense gratification if we are surrounded by people who indulge their senses regularly.  Or we may become self-centered, taking care of ourselves to the exclusion of anyone else, again following the poor example of those around us." 

We will talk about positive aspects of self quarantine,.Why it is important to wear a mask and practice social distancing.How a plant based Live-it or Diet,along with exercise and having 8 hours of sleep can be your best line of defence -Who is most at risk? What works to boost your immune system "For a whole host of economic, political and historical reasons,Georges C. Benjamin, executive director of the American Public Health Association,says it’s a threat that African Americans need to take particularly seriously “” Benjamin said.“We fundamentally don’t trust some of the non-black institutions because they donot serve us well.”.The biggest challenge is the fact that people of color,African Americans, start out with health outcomes that are disproportionately poor when compared to white Americans..Everyone obviously goes back to the Tuskegee experiment.The syphilis study where African American men were not treated for syphilis and they continued not to be treated even after we had treatment available.Ultimately the Public Health Service apologized,as well as President Clinton apologized on behalf of America...."