Blog #6: Reflection

a) What challenges did you overcome throughout this inquiry project? How did you go about it?

First and foremost, my inquiry was worthwhile, but I had to do a lot of research, which was stressful. One of the difficulties was finding reliable sources. Check if the resources have been corrected or if they were out of context. I received several answers to my inquiry, and putting all that information together proved challenging. The references were equally challenging. Understanding what materials to use was sometimes confusing. Putting different styles together and discovering and deducing the point of each source was challenging.

b) How did this inquiry change the way you think?

Before I began this inquiry, I had only a limited awareness of what was happening around the world. I had no idea of the unwise decisions made by some governments and the inequities of some individuals. When I started writing the first blog, I was starting to realize that there was a lack of concerted effort. Millions of people around the world believe this is a joke and that the virus does not exist.

c) How did this investigation impact your future decisions?

People’s actions play a role in this pandemic. The decisions we make and the actions we take affect our fate. We can influence our destiny through our choices. It can affect how you think about it and how you act on it, and your feelings can be affected by the actions you take. As soon as we read, visualize or watch something, we retain it in our brains because it has had an impact on our lives. We are inclined to act on what we have just learned.

d) what impact will this investigation have locally/globally?

The government has always been responsible for taking care of us. Now it’s time for us to help them. This can be accomplished by listening to them and following through on their orders. I have gained insight into understanding the circumstances from this research.

It has been my pleasure to share my research with you, thank you

Take care and have a nice day 😉


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