Menachem Bluming Muses: Asymptomatic Carriers of Good

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It’s a game changer.

With Covid-19 the reports are indicating that you can be totally asymptomatic and still be a carrier of the virus and unknowingly spread it further, G-d forbid.

It means that even though you feel fine, and you are the nicest person in the world, there is no guarantee that you are not going to spread anything negative to anyone else. Because it is possible that you are unknowingly carrying the errant microbe.

This is the reason for the widespread insistence on masks, and distancing and the other mandated precautions. Because even if you think you feel fine, maybe G-d forbid there is something you are carrying that you simply don’t know about.

So here is a positive angle!

You have so much goodness inside of you! Even more than your symptoms might show and even more than you know. Shine that goodness to all around you through a smile, a word of wisdom, guidance and Torah or a kind deed.

If a virus can spread even if one shows no symptoms how much more so goodness! I believe that you are a carrier of great blessing.

You don’t feel it?

Hey, maybe you are asymptomatic.

Mendel (Menachem) Bluming, Rabbi Cantor and Rabbi Wolf

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