B +Ve !!

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In the days of Covid-19 when there is no respite and we have to live with it for a greater period of time, I’m seeking ideas for a brighter future of all living species on earth.

I am thinking on how we can contribute to stay safe, live better, become more self reliant, using local products for daily needs, less dependency on foreign goods and to boost our economy.

Many among us might have similar thoughts. Thoughts like what we can do staying home where we are when there is no scope of a new job opportunity. How to become an earning member in the family.

Looking forward to learn from your ideas.


A natural leader who experiments a lot and cares for all ! The title of my blog is not about my blood group. It's a message to all my readers to think positive and write on my blog posts openheartedly what they think!!


  1. It’s a very good question but possibly differently to think about… Have to think outside the box. I also ask that question.

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  2. Possiamo ripensare all idea del baratto offrendo il proprio mestiere in cambio di…
    Ciao da Roma, italy

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  3. First, limit meat eating. Second – Don’t fly this way and that around the world, explore your country, even on a bike, if you’re healthy. Third – Use public transport and drive rarely to work by car .. Fourth do not use so much plastic and try to buy domestic goods … And much more. Let’s try restrictions, let’s try

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  4. Not everyone can work from home as those identified as essential workers have demonstrated. They include farmers, warehouse workers, delivery personnel, meat plant workers, EMTs and other healthcare providers.

    If the pandemic has taught us nothing else we should at least localize the production of critical equipment such as PPE and respirators; decentralize meat processing so that a health crisis at a single plant does not cripple the nation; and ensure that the food chain is equipped to deliver supplies to food banks on which many people rely.

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  5. Yes, not everyone can.
    Thank you for sharing.

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