The word pandemic I think was the most used word for the past two years. Some might feel traumatized by that word. Others may feel hate or frustrations. Even I myself am tired of hearing that word from the news.
On the contrary, some people consider a pandemic a gift.
A pandemic is often seen as a disaster that destroys our lives. But it can also be a gift or an opportunity to change our lives for the better. It is about how we see the situation and think about it.
There are two ways of looking at pandemics. One way is to see them as disasters, which destroy lives and take away many opportunities in life such as family and job. The other way of looking at them is to see them as an opportunity, which has many opportunities in life such as family and job too.
Pandemic is not always seen as a bad thing. Some people consider pandemic as a gift because they see it as an opportunity to start a new life with fewer obligations. They can also use the pandemic as an excuse to take time off work, spend more time with family and take care of them. Some people may also consider it a gift because they are healthier and their family is healthier too. Others would be able to find a new job in order to earn money for their families.
When a pandemic occurs, it is a disaster for some and an opportunity for others. To some people, the pandemic is seen as a gift in disguise. They see it as an opportunity to find lost loves, family or jobs. Some people are left with no home or their homes are destroyed and they need to find new sources of income to support themselves and their families.
The world has witnessed many pandemics throughout history but the most recent one was in 2009 when influenza A H1N1 occurred. The World Health Organization called the flu pandemic a “public health emergency of international concern” because of its high mortality rate and widespread geographical distribution in all continents worldwide – from North America to East Asia, Australia and Europe, from South America to Africa.
For some, having a pandemic is like receiving a gift from the universe. Among them are parents with just one child because they are more than anxious to use what could be their last chance to incubate another child, business owner’s race out of the door after getting this call and people find themselves daydreaming about what they would bring themselves and their family if they only knew something like this is coming.
Many people have been quick to dismiss the prospect of a pandemic ruining the world. However, it is not just the event’s negative effects on their lives and lifestyles. Depending on the scope of a pandemic have very distinct opportunities to fulfill. For example, if family members die in a devastating pandemic, survivors can put themselves first and concentrate on what they want to do while they’re still alive. Likewise, if one were homeless as a result of the pandemic, they might be more motivated to secure more permanent housing settings while they still can. Even so, that doesn’t mean that all would consider it a virus without reservations. Indeed do hold an opposite view; although some argue that contracting viruses could be beneficial for them in different aspects of their lives – like teaching us our minds better habits.
Research has revealed that some people may feel that a pandemic would be more of a gift than a catastrophe. What motivates them to think this way? The question arises on why people see pandemic as an opportunity rather than being fearful or living in constant worry.