Art and the philosophy of life

Trains still run here in the silent world of illness that is Italy. There are those who believe that the virus which has killed so many is not really so very bad. Often people don’t believe, until they are in someway hurt, that bad things really do exist. I sit on my terrace in the […]

via In a Silent World – March 26, 2020 – — Bastet and Sekhmet’s Library

Comments on: "In a Silent World – March 26, 2020 – — Bastet and Sekhmet’s Library" (13)

  1. Scary, surreal world.

    • It really is. I had to go to my allergist today and he is a non alarmist to the max. I’ve known him most of my life. He looked at me and said, “This is bad. This is really bad.” That’s like 100 red flags. He’s only seeing his own patients and no one with a fever or symptoms and he’s spreading them out so that patients are most alone in the waiting room. Maybe one other person. He said he can’t risk his staff or his patients getting sick. He’s the mot wonderful man in the world but I’ve never seen him afraid before.

  2. Absolutely chilling.

  3. A really poignant piece of writing. Over here in Britain we are looking at Italy, feeling very helpless that we cannot rush over to help you all and wondering if our world will look like yours in only a few weeks. Stay safe and well x

    • I know how you feel. Here in America, we are in lockdown, here and there. We want to help but that’s often the worst thing we can do, since we need to stay away from each other, unless we know what to do. I just put an excellent video on my blog. It’s a doctor on the front line telling the truth about the virus. I just couldn’t get it to work, so you’ll have to look it up on google but it’s well worth it.

  4. Thanks dear for re-blogging.

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