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Thursday, 16 September 2021
My Trip To Newfoundland

Irene's Special Yard Sale went to Newfoundland and it was well recieved by her family and friends. All of those contacted were given gifts and keepsakes that reminded them of Irene.  The gifts included angels, T-shirts, key chains, scarfs, stuffed bears, perfumes, watches and jewelry.

I never asked anyone for a donation to Women's Shelters, but three family members gave donations totalling $65. The total raised for all yard sale donations now stands at $1190. 

Newfoundlanders are known for their generosity towards family and friends. I'm just an in-law, but I was invited to several dinners and I stayed at Irene's brother and sister-law's house. 

Irene's Journey included a trip back to the people and places that she loved since she was a little girl. 

When I left Newfoundland on a plane, I cried because Irene was saying goodbye to her place of birth and all her family and friends who still lived there.  



Posted by qualteam at 10:22 PM EDT
Tuesday, 31 August 2021
Going Home To Newfoundland


I'm not from Newfoundland, but my late wife, Irene was from there. She grew up in Spaniard's Bay which is a very old and senic town in Newfoundland about 60 miles west of St. John's

Many of Irene's family and friends are still in Newfoundland. 

I'll be showing rare photos of our history together with both our families, the Barrons and the Noseworthys.   

I'll hand out souvenirs and keepsakes to all the family and friends who want them, bears, angels, and personal items.

The above are puffins, Newfoundland's national birds. Pictures and figurines of them are great to give as gifts.

Irene and her family spent their early years on Bell Island where her father and grandfather worked as miners. The old mine shafts can be visited by tourists. 

By returning home, Irene will be able to say goodbye to the people and places that were dear to her heart.   


Posted by qualteam at 3:59 PM EDT
Updated: Tuesday, 31 August 2021 4:15 PM EDT
Wednesday, 18 August 2021
Irene's Journey


On Mar/6/21, the love of my life, Irene Barron, passed away. A week later, we held a funeral for Irene with a video celebration of Irene's life. However, with COVID around there could only be 10 persons at the funeral and 10 for the burial at Barrie Union Cemetery. 

She was a very generous woman who helped family and friends in both good and difficult times. That includes myself.

All of us had good things to say about Irene at the funeral including her children and grandchildren. What the grandchildren had to say was especially moving.  

In celebrating her life, I held a yard sale on Aug/14/21 for Women's Shelters in my local area of Peel and the GTA in Ontario. It was modestly successful. 

Information about the Yard Sale can be found on this website  and the online fundraiser for Womens Shelters here.

As part of Irene's journey, she will say goodbye to her many treasured possessions, souvenirs and keepsakes.  




Posted by qualteam at 12:01 AM EDT
Updated: Wednesday, 18 August 2021 3:39 PM EDT
Sunday, 18 April 2021
The Spanish Flu/1920/Al Jolson/2021

By 1920, the Spanish Flu had been around for three years and killed from 50 to 100 million people in the world. There were no vaccines, no antivirals or antiinflamitories back then except aspirin. Patients were being experimented on with different vaccines and treatments, very little worked at all. 

You can just imagine, the fear and despair people had during this pandemic. This was far more devasting than COVID19 and its variants. The Spanish Flu was a killer like the Bubonic Plague

However, at the beginning of the 20th century, music changed into black-inspired music called Jazz. A great admirer of this music was Al Jolson, a member of a minority group himself. He was a Jew. He was the Elvis Presley of his time and jazz was his rock and roll. 

Al Jolson became a superstar in 1920 with Swanee and all his other songs. It was fun music and made people feel better. They forgot the suffering of WW1 and the epidemic.

Great jazz/rock and roll can raise the energy level and improve the well being of most people. Check out Good Golly Miss Molly by Little Richard and Big Hunk of Love by Elvis.

There were lots of bad memories from the war, disease and medical treatments that didn't work in 1920, but people got powerful injections of feel good music from Al Jolson. The rest is history.  




Posted by qualteam at 11:22 AM EDT
Updated: Monday, 24 January 2022 8:17 AM EST
Monday, 5 April 2021
It's Been A Difficult Spring, But Help Is There For Us

There's been a third wave of COVID in Canada and the world. In my other two blogs before this one, I went into the probable causes for this. Particularly, look at the "Second Wave Wipeout".

Easter has taken on a different meaning for me this year. These are some phrases in my most recent tweets on Good Friday and Easter: "Healing winning over sickness". "Peace winning over fear""The power of JesusChrist flows into all humanity".

The Ascension of Jesus Christ gives us access to the gifts and powers that we need as stewards of the Earth. 

Evil feeds on fear, negativity and fatalism. We don't have to feed this monster. I get most of the news through Twitter where I state my views to the media and powers that be. 

Most of us want to put an end to this COVID hellhole in Ontario and Canada. We want life to return to normal. 

Vaccinesprayers and healthy activities are the way to go. 

God bless and continue the good fight.

Jesus Take The Wheel 


Posted by qualteam at 8:56 AM EDT
Updated: Monday, 5 April 2021 10:47 PM EDT
Sunday, 28 February 2021
Things are Looking Up While Top Doctors Are Looking Down

While some doctors act like helpless pawns, many of us can see the end of COVID19 and its variants.
Countries with a high prevalence of COVID variants are experiencing a decline in COVID cases. These include the UK, Ireland, Portugal and Germany. 

Countries like Sweden with no lockdowns are seeing a decline in deaths.
Asian countries like Taiwan, Japan and South Korea have nullified the effects of the virus by staying healthy and not getting obese. 
The UK variant started in an environment that contained high positivity rates for some time. 
Social mixing at Christmas certainly contributed to this toxic brew. “In people that have compromised immune systems, there’s a very different dynamic,” an expert asserted. “For one thing, the virus could be in them for months instead of weeks. That gives the virus more time to evolve, to accumulate mutations that might make it easier to thwart the immune system." 
Medical experts in Canada used these variants to create nightmare senarios in Ontario and the rest of Canada.
This all goes back to April/20 when COVID was looked on as the new Spanish Flu that would kill millions in the world. This fearful speculation had an adverse effect on the mental and physical health of everyone.   
With more vaccines coming on the horizon, many countries are seeing a 70% decline in cases and deaths. 
For most of us, there is hope and belief in a positive future.

However, for some top doctors all they see is fear, negativity and fatalism in a COVID hellhole


Posted by qualteam at 12:01 AM EST
Updated: Thursday, 4 March 2021 9:27 AM EST
Friday, 1 January 2021
Canada's and Ontario's Second Wave Wipeout

Canada and Ontario lucked out on the First Wave of COVID because of the summer and everything that comes with it, feeling good, VitaminD, fresh air, more daylight, exercise, etc.

When the Second Wave started in September, Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario, shut down the usual suspects of COVID spread, bars restaurants and gyms. When that didn't work, he locked down just about everything else, but COVID cases kept increasing. 100 at the beginning of September to 3,300 now.

However, the main sources of COVID spread were crowded poorer neighbourhoods in Brampton and Toronto. There were and still are infection rates ranging from 16 to 20% there. 

There was little planning by the provincial government to handle this awful COVID commmunity spread in Toronto and Brampton since September and even earlier

Two isolation centres were built over many months, but the communities needed many of them.

Apartments/Houses were overrun with people. Household infection rates were over 50%.  

There has to be some accountability for the rapid increase of COVID19 cases from September to now.

Lockdowns failed and the sources of high-infection-rate-communities in Brampton and Toronto were put on the backburner.

Since our recreational facilities were locked down, I suggested to the Premier and Brampton's mayor that they could use them for emergency quarantine motels. This fell on deaf ears. 

I even suggested to Justin Trudeau about using the War Measures Act to quarantine many of the infected cases in hotels and motels. The army could help. However, Trudeau only listens to his selected experts.

The military could also replace essential food industry workers with COVID who work live or work in places of high COVIDclusters.  

Eight months after high-infection-rate neighbourhoods were discovered in Toronto, they've now started sending in mobile COVID testing into these hotspot communities. 

The COVID cases will still need a safe place to self-isolate which can be difficult in crowded circumstances. 

Trudeau is now scrambling to come up with some of his many vaccines that he purchased for Canadians (412 million doses).Canada only has a population of 39 million. 

Despite a vaccine on the horizon for a limited amount of senior citizens and care workers in retirement homes, there's still a pandemic that has to be properly managed in Ontario and Canada.  

Canadian politicians and newspaper editors used to brag about how well they did in the First Wave, but now, they've just wiped out. 

P.S. Update Jan/11/21: Not only was there COVID spread from social gatherings at Christmas, but also regional spread by Ontarionians doing Christmas shopping in other cities besides their own.   

The Prayer with Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli  


Posted by qualteam at 12:01 AM EST
Updated: Monday, 11 January 2021 8:08 AM EST
Monday, 10 August 2020
The War Against COVID19 On Different Levels

In the world of mechanized health science, there is much attention paid on the machanics of contagion and the process of slowing the coronavirus down like handwashing, social distancing and masks. You probably know much of this information already because the media and politicians perform the same song and dance over and over again ad nauseam.

There was massive fearmongering in the media by politicians and viral experts in early Apr/20. I tried to counter these panic attacks in my blog by focusing on improving our immunesystems. This lead to the best video that I've seen on how the immunesystem handles COVID19.

I found advanced medical procedures that saved the lives of severe COVID cases.

I also discovered ways to enhance the power of prayer in mankind's war against disease. There are many verses in the Bible that emphasis God's protection for believers.   

Then I started sending out music videos that attack COVID19 with positive messages and vibrations. These were sent to politicians, the media and doctors on Twitter.

Here's my top ten list.

  1. The William Tell Overture with Glen Campbell: This classical piece was used as The Lone Ranger's theme song. I use it here to direct vibrations to break down coronavirus into subatomic particles.
  2. Jesus Take The Wheel with Carrie Underwood: This is a song about forgiveness and helping us overcome the problems in life. It's very inspirational.
  3. Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World: The US Navy Singers. With the lockdowns, we lost much of what we call normal. We have to recreate our reality in this world and improve upon it. 
  4. We Rise Again with Ann Murray and Friends: This is an inspirational song about survival, children and the importance of nature in our life. 
  5. Good Golly Miss Molly with Little Richard: Recapturing youthful energy is important for healing and our well being.
  6. I Am Woman with Helen Reddy: Belief in yourself and your abilities is important for a happy and healthy life.
  7. The Prayer with Celine Dion and Josh Groban: It's amazing what you can do when you put your heart and soul into it. 
  8. How Great Thou Art with Carrie Underwood and Vince Gill. Like Glen Campbell, Vince makes this old hymn an incredible event with his guitar
  9. I Shall Be Released with Joan Baez:  No matter what your physical circumstances may be, in prison or a hospital bed. Most of us hope of leaving it soon. 
  10. Don't Worry Be Happy with Children From Around the World: Kids can be happy anywhere while doing anything. Lets learn from them.
Here are some of the honourable mentions: End of the Line,the Travelling Wilburys, Peace Train, Cat Stevens, Here Comes the Sunthe Beatles, Perhaps Love, John Denver, You Raise Me Up, Josh Groban, Change The World, Johnny Reid

The above are all weapons for use in the war against COVID19. Raise the emotional vibration and moods of others.  

Healthcare workers and many Canadians artists got together to sing these songs to Canadians and COVID19 patients: "We Rise Again""Lean On Me" and "The Prayer"



Posted by qualteam at 12:01 AM EDT
Updated: Friday, 5 February 2021 8:56 PM EST
Tuesday, 9 June 2020
The Crusade To Build Up The Immune System And Destroy The CoronaVirus

Individuals can only be protected so much with handwashing and social distancing. However, some viruses can hit and hide in the body, resurfacing to strike again when we feel down and out.

The only real protection, we can have against the coronavirus or any virus is to have a strong immune sytem. We can start off with nutritious foods that have high #VitaminC#VitaminD and other important vitamins and minerals. 

Improving our overall health and resistance to viruses must include special attention on what worsens and improves our immune systems.

Here's a link to some excellent research on what happened when this unknown virus first encountered healthy human beings.  

The fear of coronavirus is worse than the disease. Fear and stress will lower our immune systems and something has to be done about that.

This leads us to the next pillar for a healthy body which is a healthy mind. This includes good sleep and specific meditations that address specific problems.

Stress is the number one mental problem for most people and there is a meditation that I use for it.

I also use a pro antibody meditation to empower my immune sytem.  

Saunas have many health benefits. The Finns use them frequently. Read up on the subject and find out for yourself. 

Lets not forget how exercise can produce a healthier body and mind. When the gym was open, I worked out six days a week. Although I'm 74 years old, I have no problem working out. "If it doesn't kill me, it makes me stronger."  

Drink lots of water, it's good for everybody. 

Other supplements I use are Tumeric for arthritis, Beet Juice for high blood pressure and Apple Cider Vinegar for weight loss.

This last step is to uplift my soul with hope, joy and peace. I usually do this with walks in the outdoors while listening to great music. 

Here are some of my favourite tunes. "Put a Little Love in Your Heart""Hallelujah" "Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What a Wonderful World" and this special song that emphasizes the importance of prayer in my own personal religion: "Jesus Take The Wheel"

Classical music for relaxation: MozartBeethoven

P.S. Recently, I discovered the therapeutic value of ForestBathing. This is a combination of freshair and communion with trees and nature that's very healthy and uplifting. 

Update: This is the latest informative video on the immunesytem and #COVID19 . Probably, the most complete information on the immunesystem that you will ever see. 


Posted by qualteam at 12:01 AM EDT
Updated: Tuesday, 7 July 2020 12:24 PM EDT
Sunday, 3 May 2020
The Coronavirus And The Fear From It

When you start seeing people in this picture fumigating everything in sight for Coronanvirus, you know that panic has set in. This is fear-mongering to me.

On the date Mar/15/20, the  hashtag #CoronavirusApocalyse is number one on Twitter. This reminds me of the Twilight Zone episode on how contagious fear can be: "The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street". 

Two Paragraphs of Coronvirus Updates (June/17/20)

There are over 8,000,000 cases of this virus in the world. However, there are over, 4,3000,000 recovered cases in present time.

This is how it looks for active cases now: Moderate 3,447,000 (98% (98%), severe 54,529 (2%). The mild cases went up 1% and the severe cases went down 1%. There are high risk patients (seniors with underlying conditions) and there are low risk patients (young people). The median age for those who are hospitalized is 72. The average age of COVID death in Canada is 84, in the U.S. it's 75.   

The media seems only interested in the most alarming statistics like those in Italy. A couple of years ago, there was 80,000 flu deaths in America, but The WHO and most doctors didn't raise a peep about this. What's normal and what isn't? The decision was to make the coronavirus the biggest media event of all time. 

If you want to see a very bad virus that devasted humanity, check out "The Spanish Flu". It was far more virulent than coronavirus or any other virus in history. Tens of millions of people died. 

There are reasons why the Spanish Flu was so destructive and this doctor goes into some detail about this. This information also pertains to the coronavirus and other plagues. 

John Bergman, chiropractor, describes in detail mistakes that were made handling pandemics and how you can build up your resistance to COVID-19 or any other virus. 

In recent history, Toronto suffered a great deal from SARS in 2002, but I survived this like millions of other Canadians.

We sent SARS and the fearmongering packing with Sarstock in 2003. What a concert. What a performance from AC/DC.

Get unstressed with the right music and rock on to wellness.  

CP.S. To maintain good physical and mental health, eat nutrious food, drink lots of water, exercise, meditate and take regular saunas. Also, take extra Vitamin C, juice or fruit, and Vitamin D.

 P.S. From my initial research, it looks like the coronavirus is similar to ordinary flu viruses except it is slightly more contagious and slightly more deadly to older people. Younger people have a good resistance to it.  

Here Comes The Sun by The Beatles. 

Posted by qualteam at 12:01 AM EDT
Updated: Wednesday, 17 June 2020 8:53 AM EDT

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