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Quarantine from a different perspective

After fasting forty days and forty nights, He was hungry. -Matthew 4:2


Quarantine: “space of forty days,” from quaranta “forty,” from Latin quadraginta “forty,” which is related to quattuor “four” (from PIE root *kwetwer- “four”)1

“Before his temptation, Jesus fasted “forty days and forty nights” in the Judean desert (Matthew 4:2, Mark 1:13, Luke 4:2). Forty days was the period from the resurrection of Jesus to the ascension of Jesus (Acts 1:3).”2


And the rain fell upon the earth for forty days and forty nights. -Genesis 7:12
The request has been place before you, go within, reconnect with the true self, your inner Divinity.
First 10 days, work on every aspect of our physical body.
Days: 11-20, work on emotions. How do we handle emotions? How do we process emotions? Are we coherent in what we feel, what we do and what we share with others?
Days 21-30…think about the mind, our ideas, our way of thinking, i.e., ideas, concepts, beliefs. Are these ideas, concepts, beliefs ours, or are they derived from others, our past, our mothers, fathers, stereotypes, perceptions? This will allow us to become free from every thinking that has imposed itself on our autonomy.
Last 10 days, Ponder what you have done for others, humanity, society, for other people. What are the tools that you have within you that can be shared with the whole of humanity to improve the human condition.
The process of quarantine allows you to go through every chakra of the body, enabling you the opportunity to take care of every aspect of your body, physically, emotionally, mentally, socially. The seclusion provides an environment permitting introspection and epiphanies into who you truly are in the depths of your soul, mind and body with respect to humanity and thus guiding you to your role in the collective of humanity.3

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