Day 2668: What is contagious?

What is contagious?

The most obvious answer, right here right now, is COVID-19. However, many things are contagious, like

  • other diseases,
  • laughter,
  • panic,
  • calm,
  • hope,
  • hopelessness,
  • courage,
  • fear,
  • respect,
  • disrespect,
  • love,
  • hate,
  • faith,
  • worry,
  • friendship,
  • resentment,
  • forgiveness,
  • clarity,
  • confusion,
  • connection,
  • disconnection,
  • feelings,
  • thoughts,
  • art,
  • music,
  • war,
  • peace,
  • disappointment,
  • empathy,
  • self-centeredness,
  • compassion,
  • distrust,
  • trust,
  • assumptions,
  • misinformation,
  • lies,
  • the truth, and
  • photos like these:

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Are cats contagious?

Here is “Courage is Contagious” by Damon Davis:

Here‘s ‘The Rockin’ Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu” by Huey “Piano” Smith:

I’m looking forward to your contagious comments, below.

Gratitude is contagious, so here’s lots of that from me to YOU.

 

 

Categories: personal growth, photojournalism | Tags: , , , , , , | 25 Comments

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25 thoughts on “Day 2668: What is contagious?

  1. Deb Olken

    ❤️

    Sent from my iPhone

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  2. Helping, caring, and trying are often contagious.

  3. I just had my first ever virtual meeting and the joy of seeing coworkers’ pets is definitely contagious.

  4. Contagious are the lessons from the critters.

  5. puella33

    Hi, Ann, just for fun, did you put the keyboard up for me? hahahah:) I hope you are feeling better. Singing is contageous…

  6. SMILES!

    You did, didn’t you?
    Admit it!

  7. Dreamer9177

    Yawns are definitely contagious

  8. Many things are contagious except me

  9. There’s a germ of truth in your list

  10. The national mood appears to be contagious, Ann, and split down the line between political leanings.

  11. your posts and your attitude are contagious, can’t stop reading them, and i see others are in the same boat.

  12. Pretty cool.

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