CORONAVIRUS AND THE LESSON FOR POSITIVE THINKING

The 4th wave of coronavirus hit Vietnam like a storm, sweeping through Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and the southern provinces. At first, people thought, at most after a month, this virus would be defeated like many times before, and life would return to normal quickly.

But one month, two months, then three months, the number of FOs in Ho Chi Minh City and some neighboring provinces didn’t show signs of cooling down; the number of patients who didn’t come over this disease is increasing; many families have been separated; many children suddenly became orphans after only a week.

We begin to move from fearless indifference to excessive anxiety and stress. What if this coronavirus attacks our family? What to prepare? Who to call? How to deal with it? If we can’t survive, oh my god, what will happen???

There is a simple, effective medicine that can cure all diseases and that we have long forgotten: think positively, follow an optimist life, stay calm and confident in any difficult situation. Every problem has its solution and there are always many hands ready to help us.

That’s what 3 F0s of Openasia (Ngoc Phan, Thanh Van va Duong Tu) wants to share with all of us from the heart of the pandemic. That’s also an important core value that Openasia is.

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