Monday, March 16, 2020

Virus Is Curable ! Family Events And More Blooms



Hey   Precious  Hearts!

Hope  and  pray  that  all  is  fine  at  your  corner  as  entry  of  new  virus  has  spread  quite  terror  around  here  either.  Most  of  media  is  being  negative  about it  and  consciously  or  unconsciously  declaring  the  the   state  emergency somehow  through  it's  irresponsible  behavior .Still   felt  bit  relief to  know today  from one of the  online  program(native language)  that  Disease  caused  by  this  virus is  curable. I  wonder  why  media  not  sharing  this  such  huge  reliving  fact  with  public ?
If  they  think  they  can  prevent  or  control through fear and  making  people  panic  it  is  completely nonsense to me.

Our  government  has shut  down  the  almost  whole  country. Everyplace  where people  can  gather  is  closed or banned . schools  are  closed   for  other  two  months . We  have  postponed  our  visit  to  my  native  village   which  :(

 There  have  been many  epidemic and  viral attacks in  past  but  none  of them  was  shown  or  painted  as  dangerous  that  can  turn  the  life  back  to  time  when  distance  was  undefeated  and mostly  people of planet  earth  were  gone  before  being able to visit  the  other  corner of  world . 

Is  this  part  of any  business  or  political  strategy  ?

I  don't  know  but  something  seems  ABNORMAL for sure  and  we  will  know  the  truth  after the  fire is put out finally.

Chain  of  constant  attending  of  family celebrations  have  made  us  bit  tired  but it is  still  a pleasure  to  meet  whole  family (husband's)  members  at  once  during  such  gatherings  as  i  been  living here  since  almost  thirty   years  and  his  family  seems  mine  to me since  long .













    

We   traveled  countryside    to  attend  events  many  times , I did not want  to  spent  night  there  so  each  evening   travelling  back  to  home  was  tiring , we  took  six  trips and each  was  of almost one hour  ,eyes  were  rewarded  with  soothing  sunsets  and beautiful  views  though :)



















one  of  my  brother  in  law 's  house  is  under  construction and  due  to  ban on  halls  they  had  to  serve  food  in  his  new  yard  because  it  was bigger enough  to  have  crowed  though   had  bricks pile at  side  but  nothing  could  ruin the  cheerfulness of ladies  :) i like  people who don't put  conditions to stay positive :)  on right is elder sister of my husband and her eldest daughter



i liked the wall art  on left  at one of my brother in law's house  but i just knew after uploading this image that it is blurred ,how poor my eyesight is worrying indeed


Last  family event  (hopefully)of  the season  is on next Nunday and it is two hours journey another city  ,my  eldest  son  called  last  night and  asked to avoid crowd but it is about family and i don't know what to do .

I  hope  and  pray  that  may  you  all  stay  safe  and  healthy dear  friends!

take  great care please!
blessings to your days ahead!

49 comments:

  1. Scary times. The UK is on lockdown too, and we could be for months. I wonder how people will cope? Take care and look after you and your family.

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    1. i agree in such tough times staying calm and tidy is most important ,avoiding crowd and following health instructions can help instead of being panic
      i wish you and your family health and peace my dear friend!

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  2. Hi Baili, our understanding in the UK/Europe is that the virus is not curable until we make a vaccine and that it will take 12-18 months to make a vaccine. Everything here is shutting down. We are being asked to self isolate, work from home, not go to pubs or restaurants, the Government is providing pay for those who cannot work and for small businesses that will struggle, the stock exchange has crashed and our airlines have stopped flights. This isn't going away for a long time, I am curious to know what article you have read - it would be wonderful if was true there is a cure but I suspect it will be 'fake news'. Blessings to you and family. I am glad you have had a good trip and that all is well in your home. Betty x

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    1. what you mentioned is dreadful dear Betty and here situation is not different

      as i mentioned in my post that i watched a video online in native language anchor person name is Mubashir Lucman and he is also a famous t.v anchor , i tried to locate same video so i can share link but i could not ,though i watched an other news clip online (national language Urdu) according to which scientists of Queensland Australia have prepared vaccine and preparing to bring it in market
      Mushir Lucman said in his video that Chinese doctors knows the cure and China has sent team to Italy to help and control disease there ,he said it is weird that media is hesitating to share this news with public for unknown reason

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    2. news in the UK is that the government (and also the USA) are working to perfect a vaccine but it's not tested so wont be available for about 12 months. Italy, Spain and UK have many people infected at present. China seems to have no more cases, so if the news you have read is correct, they could be helping Europe but there is nothing about this in the media. I think our government will put the country into lockdown in the next week.

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  3. I know you love your family and I understand how hard a decision it must be to avoid crowds, stay well and safe Bali, life will soon be back as it was.

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    1. thank you dearest Laurie for your sweet words
      will you believe that i can hardly forget you
      you are in my thoughts and prayers my friend!

      this is what we all want most at the moment ,our normal life and world may come back to us soon,amen!

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  4. Here in New York everything is also shut down. The fear is that the virus is very dangerous for older people. I hope that you snd your family stay safe. Great pictures as always.

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    1. i wish you health and safety dear Brain!

      i heard same thing from my eldest son last night that older people and children are more in danger (God forbid) all we can is pray and wait for time when everything comes back to norm

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  5. I'm with you, Baili. It is all very strange.

    I love all the beautiful colors here and the simplicity and joy of just getting together and enjoying the day. Bricks, no bricks, it is all okay.

    Things are closed down here too. Schools, businesses, it is SO QUIET outside. It is nice. Is it okay to say that? :)

    So, tell me, what can shut down things here in North Carolina in America and, at the same time, Khairpur, Sindh, Pakistan, so far away? I don't know either unless this is more than it seems. A virus? I don't think so.

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    1. I think i will be fearing with such silence dear Sandi

      Once i loved quite places but as i am growing old silence reminds me of grave or death i im surprised to be in love with all kind of voices that remind me i am alive and living in world filled with words and sounds
      A really strange calmness has occupied m6 inner world and this alliws me to listen feel and be grateful for moments called Life

      My son disagrees with thought that this is not just virus Sandi he says it is and will be fixed within months when vaccine is discovered

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    2. I hope your son is absolutely right, Baili!

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  6. Be careful and heed the warnings, Baili. This is something we have never experienced before.

    I enjoyed the beautiful, colorful pictures.

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    1. Everyone saying same dear friend specially on media who is freaking people out by enlarging the scenario

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  7. Your flowers and photos help to lighten the mood, thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thank you dear Christine

      This is hiw life goes on through odds

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  8. Hand washing is the best protection! Stay safe!

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    1. Yea that is what we been learning through all sources dear Debra

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  9. Since we know very little about corona virus we are afraid and panic. Keep well. Don't panic.

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    1. Agreed dear Red

      Ignorace cause fear and restlessnss
      Still in such modern times and with so much knowledge we should behave wisely because being panic is not solution of anything things get worse instead

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  10. Dear Baili, whatever happens throughout the world with this pandemic, it will go into our history books as the worse since the Spanish Influenza of 1918 here in the United States. We, too, are virtually closed down--with nearly the whole population staying home. Let us hope that this coronavirus, when it's over, will not return. Take care. Peace.

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    1. i wish this is true dearest Dee and i believe it will be part of history like other countless facts
      what surprises me is complete shut down which was never witnessed before
      i think same will not return hopefully once we get rid of it but we can't say that newer and unfamiliar one will not appear as it happened to be always (lord forbid)

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  11. Gatherings are discouraged here too, Baili. I would hate for many people in the family to get sick. The virus is especially hard on the elderly and immuno-compromised people.

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    1. here worst has been seen last week when civil forces evacuated a wedding hall forcefully dear Marie ,bride was literally crying as her father had bribed hall owner to open so he can fulfill the wish of his daughter who wanted her ceremony in hall
      this was shameful but necessary indeed
      we also have skipped the idea to attend the event on Sunday

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  12. This new virus has jumped to people from animals. It's just another of nature's mutations. Children are not generally affected as much, but they can pass the virus to others who are at risk. I find it difficult to believe that China has a cure, although they may have a treatment they feel ready to test under desperate circumstances. I think scientists around the world are working together to beat this virus and I admire their dedication.

    It is hard to know what the right thing is to do about family gatherings when we are advised to avoid mingling. Families can be a great source of comfort in stressful times.

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    1. my eldest son told that children and youngsters are less threatened by virus dear Jenny but elderly people should be more cautious about it
      he also said that virus will run through everyone eventually ,it won't kill but it will make ill for while this was weird to hear but i could not ask him to share source of this information ,i will next time
      either we don't believe everything on media ,it was just anchor's word which i found reliving so shared with friends
      he did not mention the source though ,he said that governments are hiding this for some unknown reason
      if China has sent team of his scientists to Italy it must be in news all over i think

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  13. Thank you for sharing all these lovely images! We need to focus on joy at this time. This will pass. Everything has shut down here and we are spending the time at home. Be well and stay safe!

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    1. i really feel sorry and sad specially for you my dear friend Martha as how desperately you were waiting for spring and i was going to join you through my imagination in your rides and walks
      but hey believe me it will pass soo by the grace of Lord hopefully as you said so

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  14. The world is going trough a rough time, baili.
    It will go away soon.
    Stay safe!

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  15. It is heartwarming and affirming to see the lovely pictures of your family, scenery, and flowers, Baili! Thank you for sharing them to brighten a difficult time.

    Almost everything is shut down in our state, and it feels like the world is turned upside down. We cancelled our trip to Hawaii at the very last moment, and I'm so relieved we did. I'm not panicked or afraid. We've stocked up on necessary supplies, prepared as much as we can, and we have been self-isolating ourselves at home. We only go out to replenish things like milk, eggs, butter, and fresh fruit and vegetables or to get a little fresh air. I have to be extra careful because I have asthma, am turning 70 tomorrow (18th), and am allergic to most antibiotics.

    We're using our phones and computers to stay in touch with families and friends. But we're fortunate that we are retired and have the luxury of being home and not worrying about losing our jobs or feeding our family. My heart is very sad at the thought of all the suffering that people are facing here and around the world.

    I think it is important to try to slow down the spread of the coronavirus so that we don't overwhelm our medical facilities and to give researchers more time to develop a vaccine. I think we're in for a tough time for a while, months at least, but I also believe that we will get through it. We have to care about more than ourselves. We have to care about each other and make sacrifices to help each other. You have such a thoughtful and loving eldest son who called because he was worried about you. He is right in that it is important to avoid crowds, especially if we want to avoid infecting elderly people or people with other medical challenges.

    I wouldn't presume to suggest what you should do, my friend. I do know this ~ I wouldn't want to see you get sick. The world is a brighter, better place with you in it. I hope that you, Ali, and your three wonderful sons stay healthy and safe. Sending you love and hugs!

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    1. upside down yes it seems like this exactly dear Louise

      even while being within four walls i can feel the terror and dread people are facing out there ,we both are basically introverts and like to stay at home until it is necessary ,we have not stored anything yet but topic have started discussed by all and we are also in thought to do so
      today is 8th and i want to wish you happy birthday my precious dear Louise :) May your years ahead be fill with peace ,health and love of loved ones,amen

      we were bit sad when we cancelled our trip as it's not just about leaving for vacation but it is about visiting native place which is SPECIAL for me but still i think that there is good within everything we encounter and it totally depends upon our Faith on our Lord and in us!

      we probably are not going to attend the event ahead as our son has forbade to do so and everything else is sharing his concern
      i don't have guts to thank you for your precious words about my family my dear friend ,this is something that always strengthen me and lighten my heart!

      hope you stay safe and blessed as you are my friend!

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  16. Hi Baili - what you describe is like what it is here in California - ...I too find this ...weird... something is bothering me about the whole thing and the response globally ...anyway, thanks for sharing your photos ..i enjoy seeing your area of the world and i love the colorful clothing you wear. It's so beautiful. Stay Healthy. At some point this might blow over the whole world will have some kind of reset ...it could be good ...who knows..

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    1. i share your concern dear Sandy

      and i agree with your last line that it could be good and reset the world ,i believe same no matter what it is if creator wants this planet and people to survive he will turn it into something astonishingly good for us miraculously

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    2. it's great to see people talking "miraculously". i keep thinking ....Not My Will but Thy will.

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  17. What beautiful photos, Baili!
    I like those flowers and the tall trees.
    Seems you had a great time gathering for family celebrations.
    Stay healthy!

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    1. thank you dear Evi :)

      yes it was fun to meet all family members at one place since life got busy and such occasions are rare

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  18. Yes, Baili, these are very nervous times for so many people, worldwide. Like others we are also staying home. We are quite used to spending time alone, but still go outside and walk daily as being outdoors is good and a nice break and there is no need to interact with anyone. Like yourself, I think the media while informative can also produce unnecessary fears in many people which is why I limit my news intake to a short time every morning. I have always followed the wash your hands advice which was taught at an early age by my mother (didn't everyone's mother caution them this way, I wonder). It was enjoyable seeing the photos of your family members, the beautiful flowers, and the scenics. Amid all the fearfulness and uncertainty in the world right now, there are moments of joy and beauty, my friend. Glad you and your husband have changed your upcoming travel plans. Stay safe and well.

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  19. Beautiful photos of your family, deal Baili. I hope that you are all well and safe. We are also in lockdown, told to stay at home and wash our hands. I am thankful for blogging and crafting, such a sane and safe haven in these crazy times.
    Amalia
    xo

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  20. this is nice you are dealing with problem wisely dear Dorothy

    i think most of media and channels have certain agenda and they are following it no matter how negatively it effects people's life but they are faithful to their payer sadly instead of humanity

    my mother was basically village woman though she lived in city for few years after her second marriage ,she was one of the most wise person and i ma not saying for she was my mother but it is truth that she had amazing skills to look after house nad family she had set of rules for physical life and for spiritual as well and she believed that both need balanced relationship to have good life
    yes she was health conscious and we were taught how to keep clean and specially handwash after sometime ,i still wonder how she knew how quickly germs develop as she never went to school
    everyone is home here too and we are trying to stay positive and healthy with prays for all our fellow people throughout the world
    i was sad for cancellation though now i am fine and hopeful for future days soon when we get opportunity to visit my native town
    stay healthy you too friend!

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  21. Thank you so much for this beautiful and heartwarming post. I hope with all my heart that you and your family remain happy and healthy.

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  22. Dear Baili - Nice photos of the relatives getting together and the beautiful flowers. I hope wise leadership and responsible people will overcome this crisis. There is no cure for COVID-19 so far but there seems to be an "effective treatment". It is said to be a Japanese drug called Avigan to treat influenza. Though I'm not sure the video you saw was about this drug.

    I’m sorry my writing seems to have been misleading. I don’t have antibody to the new coronavirus because I haven’t been infected. What I wrote is “if” in a positive way, that is, "if you get infected and overcome it, you get antibody."

    Take care,

    Yoko

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    1. i am sorry if i could not read your words about antibody ,and i am sure and happy that you are not effected dear Yoko
      actually i been having feverish feeling since few days and i might have missed that " If" within passage with bit shaky mind
      the video i saw anchor did not mentioned about source or accurate place where vaccine is ready though he is established and quite old personality of media and this is why we could believe him and i shared this
      i think many countries of the world are trying to invent vaccine for the disease and i hope consequences will fruitful soon

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    2. Oh, Baili, you don’t have to apologize. But I really appreciate your sincere attitude. The two of us use our second language. I could make people puzzled or confused with my imperfect English. Anyway, thank you for your revisit. Hope you recovered from cold or flu.

      Yoko

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  23. It took a few weeks in Italy for things to calm down. It will calm down here too but meanwhile people are dying here. One family lost 3 members. Schools are closed, clubs, gyms, all over the country. Everyone is urged to stay home.

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    1. this is so sad to read your wrods about deceased dear Angela !

      i don't know in which part of age they belong as it is said mostly that elderly people or people with weak immune system are easy target to virus ?

      trains and buses are also stopped and people are stuck where ever they are
      only thing is still opened is shops and medical care

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  24. So scary, in here it is quite similar, closed school, cinemas, restaurants and places like that.We are recommended to stay home as much as we can, so we follow that, cos I am so frightened about the virus! Thank God we can work from home with my husband. We are safe and healthy still, but there are more sick people everyday.. Hope you and your family will stay healthy too! All the best and have a lovely weekend ☺

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  25. I enjoyed seeing your beautiful photos, Baili. Hoping you stay healthy and well. We are staying home and avoiding all crowds here. This is a time like none other that we have known.

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  26. We are in semi-lock down. Our government is hoping people will be sensible. There are two types of people those that are sensible and those that are not.

    Stay safe xx

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