This spark needs to be fanned into a global health care flame of hope for all of us, through learning, and through persistent caring about all of us:
“This is a long overdue technology”
From NPR, by Fran Kritz
Indeed, it is long overdue. With no need for cold storage, medical bio hazard waste or the sharps disposal infrastructure needed, not to mention the trained medical staff, needed to deliver vaccines via shots, and no clean water for rendering the concentrate into individual doses (which I had never read about until now, and that requires even further training and staff time…), and no wasted doses. Why has this not been done far, far earlier? Yes, I know that the big pharmaceuticals and other groups benefit from costly supply chains, need for electricity, transportation requirements, and even from the wasted doses, but really, people, where is the humanity of all of those few who benefit from the suffering of so many? If enough citizens of countries which are supposed to be governed by the consent of those citizens would make enough noise, and also be willing to sacrifice enough of their own over use and excess wealth, then this would not be a difficult problem to solve. If enough of us had the sense of solidarity, the willingness to walk, and the empathy to put ourselves into the shoes of the ‘other’ who suffers, we could easily do so much better.
1.) Share your thoughts, please.
2.) Write a story, post or comment that uses those thoughts.
Click here for:
and here, for
Learning via Holistic College Algebra & GED/High School Lesson Plans,
or here, for
Learning from Long Range Nonfiction, or Historical Fiction Writing (including Ann & Anna…)
Empathetic Readers, please consider reading about #ProjectDoBetter. Please help me share the work of this project.
Let’s Do Better.
Shira Destinie A. Jones, MPhil, MAT, BSCS
Shira Destinie Jones’ work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.