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HRH Oscar Yao Doe Says Coronavirus Outbreak Is A Global Reset Button Reminding Us To Place More Value On Human Lives Than Material Things

HRH Oscar Yao Doe Says Coronavirus Outbreak Is A Global Reset Button Reminding Us To Place More Value On Human Lives

Outspoken Ghanaian businessman HRH Oscar Yao Doe who has drawn the Government’s attention to several measures that can help citizens in this serious times has shared a few important lessons that the disease is reminding the world of.

HRH Doe said in a post that, the outbreak of the disease and it infection rate only means, the world has been thought the greater value and importance of human lives as opposed to the trust in material things.

Read his full post below:

The Value Of Humanity is Back on Earth Again, Thanks To The Lessons Of Coronavirus (Convid-19) And All The Illusionary Luxury Things Humanity Was Beginning To “Place More Value On” Than Human Lives Are All In Isolation, And Not What Matters Most As Many People Thought, Which Was Creating Unnecessary Jealousy, Envy and Hatred Among Society.
Luxury Things Are Great Stuff If You Can Afford It There Is Nothing Wrong About It. If You Can Afford It Please Go For It, It’s Also Part Of Humanity Inspiration, But It’s Not What Matters Most. The Basic Essentials Matters Most.

See What Matters Most: Food, Medicine, Water, Electricity, Transport, Caring, Empathy, Compassion, Outreach, Giving, Comforting One Another Genuinely. Coronavirus (Convid-19) Is Definitely a Global Reset Button For Our Collective Good.

HRH OSCAR YAO DOE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING:
Avoid Wickedness.
Avoid Abuse Of Power.
Avoid Selective Justice.
Avoid Abuse of Using Wealth To Hurt Others.
Avoid Unnecessary Litigation.
Avoid Using Your Privileges to Hurt Others.
Avoid Tearing Down Others.
Avoid Jealousy & Petty Envy.
Avoid Vindictiveness.
Be Kind.
Be Compassionate.
Be Empathetic.
Be Caring.
Be Helpful.
Be a Problem Solver.

It Should Be Unconditionally Done For Our Collective Good.
Stay Safe.
God Bless You.

 

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