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when I believe the tide will turn

Posted by Harry A2 on Sunday, 3 May 2020, at 11:39 a.m.
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In response to 144034: shut downs, posted by Fred M on Saturday, 2 May 2020, at 7:13 a.m.

On Saturday about a week ago I heard a prediction from a source that I've followed A VERY LONG TIME and have come to trust implicitly. Prediction is that the (I guess bulk of) CoronaVirus will only last about 3 more months. The source said we are about halfway through the course of it.
Of course I sure hope my source is right, but I've never seen a wrong prediction yet from this - one.
(This source is not related to any religion.)
I hope this helps. I'm in Kona and just happened to be here when the "lockdown" happened, and I feel SO happy to be "sheltering in place" here. I love the ocean and I swim a lot here. I also love driving around the island, so many beautiful places. I always wanted to live on a tropical island and now I do.
I hope you will have a very happy return to Kona in your not distant future.
Aloha - Harry A2


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