All that fascination with images and videos of the dead, and the funeral fires in the western media is almost always punctuated by an analysis of who's at fault. Too much credit seems to be foisted on Na'Mo'. When things didn't seem all that bad, it was said that India had managed well in spite of Modi and his shenanigans; when things got rotten, he got the total tar baby on his hands. Instead of all that messing about, isn't there a lemon-lemonade lesson in all this ? "When life hands you lemons, you make lemonade" funda? So what are the lemons we got ? not enough vaccines? vaccination not happening fast enough to get to herd immunity? Union controls everything, and States had to deal with facts on ground? No Truth in data on how many are sick, how many are dead, how many got better? Quacks peddling snake oil to make money ? yada ... yada.... We must relax, take a collective deep breath through the double layer masks, and consider the positives. Vaccines introduce into our bodies some faux systems for the body's own immune system to react and produce antibodies to attack the intruders. This experience of fighting and overcoming the invasion is supposed to be close enough to the fight that would happen if the real virus were to invade our body. And this memory is supposed to help us thwart the real siege and invasion. Those who buy this science will have the vaccine, and hope for the best. However, those who get sick, face the actual virus, and have their immune system produce antibodies to fight it off, and SURVIVE, will have that memory in their system for a good long time. This is the best vaccine, but then this requires taking on the 1 to 5% chance that they will fail in the fight against the virus, and DIE. Most people who got +ve covid test, and recovered at home, went through this fight and had their own immune system protect them, and create a repository of knowledge on how to fight this virus for use in the future. Science people tell us that more than 80% of infections would end up with people's own immune system protecting them. The other 20% will be made up of the dead, and the seriously sick to recover with long term incapacity of the lungs or other organs. Like a real war --- with dead, seriously injured and incapacitated, and the recovered to fight another day. Would people live better, differently at least, when they know that they could choke to death on a fine sunny day with clear skies and a gentle breeze ? You can almost fall in love with this Covid-19.