It was not covid that killed him (indirectly - possibly), it was his ego.
Apparently he refused to wear a mask to shop at the store where we get grocories.
It is reported he assualted 3 people, tried to drive through the window & fled, later found by police - I imagine he shot at police and was fired back at, from what I read. Dead.
For not wearing a fucking mask.
It fills me with sadness to think this is how this man, ended his life.
WHY is is so hard when WE all are aware of the complications from covid?
Are that many in denial? Perhaps it is the confusion - 'it must not be that bad when our government is planning on sending kids back to school' and people back to work...
hmmmm. Encouranging people to get out there and get back at it!
I am sensitive to the emotions of others, I can feel their sadness, resentment, anger often before and words are exchanged. The other day I was having a conversation with someone about rice, with this locus problem - starvation will become a serious issue - sooner than most are aware, especially in countires already struggling..
the respone I got was "Let them starve... "
How do I repsond back when I am disgusted by the remark?
Is this how we look after each other?
Is this how we work together? Is this how we treat each other?
Is it anger, fear? I don't care. I don't want to continue a conversation with anyone with this mindset. So now you know. If you think this way... I'll pass thanks.
Perhaps I'll have fewer & fewer to talk to as life progresses.
Perhaps this is not such a bad thing. I clearly don't know people like I think I do...
& frankly, I don't want to 'chat' with anyone who has this mindset.
with TLC & THC