NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — It’s not a cure or a vaccine, but it is a weapon.
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BY MARK WILSON | FAST COMPANY
Posted on March 16 th , 2020 by Mark Wilson - FULL ARTICLE
In China, it was called “qi,” the symbol for health. In Egypt it was called “ankh,” the symbol for eternal life. For the Phoenicians, the reference was synonymous with Aphrodite—the goddess of love and beauty.