There will be Deaths

Humanity is dealing with a world-wide crisis. Obviously we must accept that deaths will continue to occur until we fully institute procedures that will curb the pandemic’s growth. The nations of the world have taken different approaches and experienced various results. The USA is embroiled in a divisive political situation rather than pursuing a unified scientific course back to wellness.

This week two well-known figures took sides on this issue on Monday and Tuesday, the first two days of the week. Then on Wednesday following The Dayology Week structure, the media picked everything apart. It’s encouraging to discover that beneath all the distress the cosmic principles are still at work.

Monday, Chris Christie, the former New Jersey governor, was interviewed by CNN’S Dana Bash. His message was that deaths should not stand in the way of protecting the American economy. Monday is the day of the MOON. It promotes a cyclical flow of feelings and strong emotional reactions.

Tuesday, Joy Behar, co-host of the View, a popular television show, ripped into Christie about his lack of compassion. She attacked his pro-life position, by inquiring as the difference between saving unborn babies and vulnerable populations. Tuesday is the day of MARS filled with decisive action.

Wednesday, a number of commentators in the media discussed the pros and cons of the issues. Wednesday is the day of MERCURY promoting analysis and evaluation. The sampling of articles below offers the opportunity to see how a situation is interpreted according to belief systems.

In Their Own Words

In the interest of fairness the actual words of Chris Christie and Joy Behar are presented below as quotes. Put aside your own opinions and pay attention to the TONE of the words. See if you can sense the day of the week influence, It’s Dayology and it’s there!

Chris Christie

“Of course, everybody wants to save every life they can — but the question is, towards what end, ultimately?” “Are there ways that we can… thread the middle here to allow that there are going to be deaths, and there are going to be deaths no matter what?”

“We’ve got to let some of these folks get back to work, because if we don’t, we’re going to destroy the American way of life in these families — and it will be years and years before we can recover.”

“They’re the ones who are gonna really swallow this burden badly, the elderly and those with respiratory diseases, depressed immune systems from cancer treatments or other things.” “Those folks are going to have to be even more careful than the rest of the population,”

“I don’t know what the choice is.” “The message is that the American people have gone through significant death before.” “We sent our young men during World War Two over to Europe, out to the Pacific, knowing, knowing that many of them would not come home alive,”

“And we decided to make that sacrifice because what we were standing up for was the American way of life. In the very same way now, we have to stand up for the American way of life.”

Joy Behar

“By the way, governor, I thought you were pro-life, Are you pro-life or not pro-life? You need to straighten that out. Also, which lives are we talking about?” “Are we talking about the medical workers on the frontlines? These are the people who will be at most risk. In World War II we sacrificed young lives. Seems like they’re willing to sacrifice old lives this time. To what? To save the economy?”

“Also, which lives are we talking about? Are we talking about the medical workers on the frontlines? These are the people who will be at most risk. In World War II we sacrificed young lives. Seems like they’re willing to sacrifice old lives this time. To what? To save the economy?”

TIP: We may not realize how much the day of the week energies influence us, but they are always right there. We can pursue our interests on any day of the week, but acts performed under the appropriate planetary influences become immensely clear and purposeful. Acts undertaken during inappropriate planetary influences can be expected to turn out murky and muddled.