Autonomous Bahamians on a mission to eradicate COVID-19: An ethical discussion on Government Paternalism and Consideration for citizen participation

2. 10-4-2020-Autonomous Bahamians on a mission to eradicate COVID-19_ An ethical discussion on Government Paternalism and Consideration for citizen participation (2)

2. 10-4-2020-Autonomous Bahamians on a mission to eradicate COVID-19_ An ethical discussion on Government Paternalism and Consideration for citizen participation (2)

Autonomous Bahamians on a mission to eradicate COVID-19: An ethical discussion on Government Paternalism and Consideration for citizen participation

2. 10-4-2020-Autonomous Bahamians on a mission to eradicate COVID-19_ An ethical discussion on Government Paternalism and Consideration for citizen participation (2)

Without Resistance: Change is Inevitable

You continue to foresee a fruitful tomorrow using yesterday’s botched lens.
Never acknowledging your loss, continually pretending each defeat is really a victory, hence never learning from your mistakes.
Every intervention that you employ has had a placebo effect, success is merely a fabrication of your imagination.
After deep introspection, you should be getting “back up” and “dusting off” learning from yesterday’s defeat, but your perpetual counterfactual thinking deceptively suggests your failure was really a success.
You are devoted to a world of ostensible actualities, you have the determination but lack in wisdom.
Perseverance is a gift to those with a discerning spirit.
Success is not purely an incident of chance, success is a collection of experiences made up of many highs and lows.
The enduring happiness of most experiences does not emerge upon arrival to the destination, but rather the journey along the way.
Therefore, make changes and learn along the way.

J. Archer

See my Walls

As humans, we are likened to self-contained builders that are trapped by walls of our own making.
We create our phenomenological reality based on culturally safe representative heuristics.
We establish walls that have personal value metaphysically but bears no value on our outer self-reality.
Dividing our world into sections, a defense mechanism for trying to understand it.
Despite the translucent and transparent matter of the wall, we endeavor to conceal our human parallels.
In a world inequitably segregated due to natural differences such as race and gender, we further the divide by constructing walls of social status: education, class, and prosperity.

J. Archer