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Its All About To Change

Julian Jenkins


I always try to understand and look at the positives and the coronavirus is going to change a lot of people’s lives and I believe over time we will all know someone who has passed due to the virus, but where are the positives to come from. 

For me, it will hopefully make us refocus, recalibrate on the things that are most important to us the real things we need abundance in which is health, family and love.

For far too long society has been heading in a very selfish and greedy direction fuelled by the constant need for perfection.

Close to 800 000 people die due to suicide every year, which is one person every 40 seconds. Suicide is a global phenomenon. There are indications that for each adult who died by suicide there may have been more than 20 others attempting suicide.

This is a pandemic as well and it is all driven in the main from social pressures and the drive for perfection and the feeling of shame if we don’t.

I am hoping and praying every day that the number of people who will pass due to the coronavirus is minimal, but the impact of change be monumental.


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I couldn't agree more, at this time there will be so much change, and it has been long coming.  This may be what wakes people up, I hope that it does here and that people come together in love and connection, instead of spreading hate, envy and greed.  After your 4:15 live, I put a video on my page asking anyone who needs help or to talk, or for any reason to contact me, because I also felt the fear and anxiety as a collective when we were out today. I also know what that hopelessness can bring with suicide as a survivor myself!  Thank you again for this community so that we can share and bring together our light, love, and hopes for a better and connected future!

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