We have a long way to go, don’t give up

“There is no despair. “Hard times will open beautiful doors.” says Mevlana. Due to the epidemic in our country and the world, humanity has been plunged into deep darkness. People have to stay away from their parents, parents from their children, friends from their relatives. The process has turned all cultural balances upside down in a sociological sense. While trying to live in this necessity, everyone is worried about the future of themselves and their loved ones. As the rate of spread of the epidemic increased with the winter season, the sounds of cases and deaths began to be heard near us. Many people lost their closest, loved ones and friends within a few days without understanding anything. All humanity is trying to cope with this heartbreaking situation. Even though it is not easy, we must always maintain our resilience. As individuals and as a society, we must strictly comply with the measures taken and warnings. Only those who live know the pain of losing a life. As it is always said, it is in our hands to cope with the epidemic. If we, as a nation, maintain our sensitivity and strictly follow the precautions, I believe that it is possible for us, as a country, to reduce this virus scourge to at least minimum levels.

We need to know that we will have to deal with various problems caused by not taking precautions, especially when the socioeconomic dimensions of the epidemic are considered. Unfortunately, the intensifying epidemic is reflected in our country as a loss of jobs for employees, trade for merchants, production for industrialists and foreign trade for exporters. The ultimate cost of individual measures that we do not care about is borne by our country. We need to know that we should never become complacent in such a difficult situation where we need to show the highest level of sensitivity. While the world is trying to cope with this virus, we need to know that it will leave behind damage that the country’s economies will have difficulty repairing for years or even decades. It is in our hands to get out of this turmoil with the least damage. No matter how strong the public support is, it is not possible for any country’s economy to cope with this relentless process if the measures taken are not followed. Let’s not forget that, as a country, we must be in a state of national mobilization in such a period when incomes are decreasing and global trade is coming to a halt. After all, no material value is more valuable than a life. If we truly love our loved ones, we should know that we must make maximum efforts regarding precautions. It seems that we are likely to experience the consequences of the epidemic for another year at best. In this respect, let us never lose sight and precaution. I believe that if we can manage this process correctly, we will have come a long way towards the ideal of reaching the level of contemporary civilizations, which our country has been struggling with for many years. While the world’s so-called “developed” countries are falling apart, our country’s strong health infrastructure has managed to carry us to these days. As a nation, we owe respect and gratitude to the efforts and efforts made, especially by our healthcare professionals. However, let’s not forget that no power is unlimited and no infrastructure is infinite. If we, as a society, continue to live in a model that is far from our due sensitivity, there is of course a possibility that we will encounter the pathetic scenes we see in Europe. As a nation, we must shoulder and support the measures taken by our state and the superior performance it has demonstrated in this regard. As a society, we are obliged to make this effort so that the wheels of our industry turn, our tourism potential is realized, and our foreign trade and our country’s economy reach the level they deserve. It will be possible for our country to emerge from this global crisis with significant gains, with this vital solidarity and unity of our nation. Let’s strive for both our loved ones and our beautiful country. Without getting tired, without getting tired. We know that the Coronavirus is not stronger than the measures we will take.

Kind regards,

Giyasettin Eyyüpkoca

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