“Taking Care of Our Planet”
PREPARING FOR THE “WHAT IF’S”: FUTURE UNCERTAINTIES
Wherever you go, and whomever you talk with, you can expect different perspectives and points of view when it comes to potential risks to the public in the future. Many have had family and friends to die from COVID. Numerous people have jobs that bring them closer to the pandemic: medical professionals, nursing homes, ambulance drivers, fire department personnel, police, grocery clerks, etc. Practically all have had some close experience with COVID. Even my husband had his barber of 15 years to die of COVID. That was really alarming!
Though some resources are expressing more optimistic opinions of what will be happening in the future of the pandemic, many others, i.e. medical and health-related professionals, are much more cautious. There doesn’t seem to be any “definite or guaranteed” facts that can reassure citizens. Still, many people are relieved to have the vaccinations and boosters available to reduce the risks and serious threats.
However, since the pandemic is a global event, it is obvious there could be other issues and concerns that develop. For instance, as our planet experiences more changes and climate concerns, the chances of many more uncertainties affecting our global population are a definite possibility. The major focus needs to be those events which could cause serious and life-threatening catastrophes.
As a huge number of people, businesses, and organizations receive MANY supplies and items from others around the world, this could cause dramatic situations for a large number of people needing health and human support. This is where the “unknowns” could cause frightening circumstances. With this in mind, we all need to take a look at where we all receive our important and supportive resources. This is not to cause panic or hoarding, but to work on a plan to prepare for the unknowns.
Do not delay in researching and addressing such valuable data. We all need to be prepared for whatever may transpire over the next few years. Employers, economists, government officials, doctors, geological experts, etc. all have ways to examine the needs of our planet and inhabitants. The point is to “be prepared” and to look for ways to avoid any risky developments. For example: we need to “protect our environment”! Be proactive and do what you can to preserve our planet.