Happiness the best medicine

Raising morale: A man playing the guitar from a balcony in Milan to raise morale on the sixth day of an unprecedented lockdown in Italy to stop the spread of Covid-19. — Reuters

MOST of us are mentally and physically preoccupied with Covid-19. We worry about how long this crisis will last and how it will impact our work (i.e. finances), studies (i.e. our future), daily life, for example food and necessities (i.e. our security), our country/world (i.e. our humanity), and obviously our health (i.e. our safety).

Covid-19 has exposed our vulnerability as humans. Medically, socially, politically (and some may say religiously), we were not prepared for this large-scale global

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