Think of the many ways in which you can change someone’s life. It could be just a smile, touch, or even the things you say to them. Are you someone who desire change or just one of those people who love to sit by the side lines and wait? That’s something for you to think about! Hazeline’s musical production house is striving for a greater change by inspiring the younger and older generations to embrace change for a greater cause.
Five Things You Can Do To Make A Change!
- Recognize and understand what is it you need to change.
- Remove all negative influences from your life.
- Form a good support group.
- Be kind to others.
- Put God first place in your life.
Listen to The Battle Of The Cov-19 written and performed by Hazeline Taffe.
The Battle of the Cov-19 highlights some important key areas of humanity as it relates to the social, economic, and religious aspects of individual’s lives. The lyrical content is aspiring to engage the listener’s attention through different series of questions, which they can reflect on. Further extending it’s message to the social communities, and implications of life, and empowering the audience to draw comfort in light of hope that there are better days ahead.
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What is this illness?
According to the World Health Organization, Coronavirus (COV) is a large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more serve diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-COV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS- COV). The viruses are said to be zoonotic, which means, they are transmitted from animals to humans. The COVID- 19 is a new strain, which has not been previously found in humans.
Common Health implications of the virus include respiratory symptoms, fever, and cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties. The Coronavirus has been causing a social panic amongst people because they aren’t sure how to respond to such an outbreak.
Recommendations to prevent further spread of infection and panic would be to avoid close contact with anyone showing symptoms, regular hand washing, cover mouth, and nose when coughing and sneezing.
One more very important social recommendation to stop the panic would be to pray for the healthcare teams to find a cure for this virus as soon as possible, and to restore social, and economic health.