Philosophy – “The Reason for the Coronavirus” – 7/30/2020

“Growth is elevated to the point of comfort. To that degree, humans must decline in numbers so that external stability is generated. Survival is the most prominent necessity for any organism, making life so precious in its fight to remain.”

– Modern Romanticism

Many factors exist within what is to be said, here. Though, two hold the most power, for why the novel Coronavirus has appeared:

  1. Overpopulation.
  2. A lack of trust among individuals, that has turned reproduction from love to appetite.

Why did the Coronavirus begin in China? It did, because China is the most overpopulated nation on this planet, called Earth. Overpopulation is an aspect to Mother Nature’s maintained organisms, that is seen by Her to be something deathly when it is grown to the point of perpetual comfort. Strife from loss is the necessary ingredient to allow a species’ will to survive. That is because to elevate oneself, again, to the height of love, one wishes to be in comfort, once more. It is through the loss of who we love, that we lean into what it means to never lose, to always win, and to survive. We, as a species, become unified under this pain of loss for who we love, as we work to love everyone.

Overpopulation is the growth of vast numbers, to the point of being chaotic. When we overpopulate, we begin to starve. When we do, love no longer is needed for what it means to populate a nation. For we engage in sexual intercourse out of trust. As trust is aligned with love, we comprehend that we are at ease, in comfort, with the one who is trusted. We are elevated to the point of knowing that our trust was well-founded, and not offered in vain. Though, when sexual intercourse becomes nothing more than appetite, we are showing the signs that those who we are meant to love, become as expendable as food and water. In that sheer “comfort”, we are lacking of trust, as we are lacking of love, because we no longer need to trust what we can get close to, to consume. In that, we become easily deceived, begin to label every view as a “perspective”, and thus, we begin to believe only in ourselves.

In that literal division, a person is no longer close, through trust. When the Coronavirus appeared, it occurred during the height of mutual distrust. Why else did it occur, in China? Why else did it happen, during a time when political upheaval was so focused? Overpopulation divides, when no one can trust who happens to be so close. That is because when overpopulation occurs, which becomes the case that people are physically close to each other, regardless, then trust is not needed. For trust is only ever needed, when we can take a risk.

10 thoughts on “Philosophy – “The Reason for the Coronavirus” – 7/30/2020”

    1. It makes me think of the story of Sodom and Gomorrah, where God, being of love, came to destroy two cities that were full of sin and carnal appetite.

      I find that to be very fascinating.


      1. No joke, I was telling this to my friends a while ago, that corona was a sort of replica of Sodom and gomorrah. In a way, nature is taking its revenge on us.

        Liked by 1 person

  1. I agree. The big cities are doing badly. Mexico City and poor Brazil. Beside California, Florida and Texas. USA trying to do better. Phrase two will be deadly. I enjoy your words and thoughts.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. The arrogance of a human reaches upwards to the point where we think we have control, even over Nature. That is disproven when our overpopulation declines through something like the Coronavirus.

      Humans always believe they can ascend, perpetually. Humans can only reach so high, though they can never be a god, with control over everything. That is just physically and metaphysically impossible.

      So… I think this Coronavirus is Nature’s idea to descend the arrogance of a human, down to where we understand the message behind loss. That message is… “to not divide ourselves, when our enemies have never been each other.” For as a species like any other, we are meant to be for each other, objectively so, when we can understand there’s greater threats in this world.

      It’s why I spoke of trust. Because, when a person can trust who they know enough to be close to, we can grow. Then, we add in numbers. Though, when we do not trust, we have the Coronavirus sparking something needed called “social distancing”. That is the literal example of distrust, when humans are in the stage of survival.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. A scary world my friend. I still take the grandchildren to the Michigan parks and lakes. We keep our distance and we have fun. I hope you can survive this. Half the business will not come back. We are living in a new world.

        Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: