You (greeting your neighbor): "I am wonderfully hungry and hope you,
neighbor, also have a healthy appetite too. So how are you ?"
You: "I hope your 'good' means you, neighbor, have a healthy appetite.
So you do have the ability to eat a piece of healthy fruit at the
moment, don’t you ?"
Neighbor: "Actually, lately I haven’t been able to eat fruit because I
don’t really taste anything anymore."
You: "That’s terrible."
Neighbor: "How so ?"
You: "Losing the ability to taste and smell food is a specific symptom
of being infected with the COVID-19 coronavirus."
Neighbor: "How did you know that I don’t smell anything anymore?"
You: "It’s called anosmia. Google anosmia and COVID-19 together and
see why you need to self-quarantine and call your doctor about your
having anosmia and your consequently needing to be tested to confirm
that you are contagious."
Bottom line: When we are saying we’re wonderfully hungry (Philippians
4:12), we are able (Philippians 4:13) to receive GOD’s help to
possibly (Matthew 19:26) save (Ephesians 2:10) many lives during this
Neighbor: "Are there others like you ?"
You: "Yes, we are members of the ‘My heart & all of me belongs to
Jesus ...’ Facebook group, which you are also welcome to join."
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