Apr 29, 2021
This has been a long time coming. I have been wanting to do a solo episode since the beginning of the year, 4 months later, man time flies.
Time is so precious and for most we don’t realize how fast it goes until it is gone. We never get time back. We are in an other year but most important we are in a new day. That is what is most important, measure your life and the progress you make in days, are you just slightly better than yesterday.
There is a great meme out there that shows a family walking without face masks among many people wearing face masks and one kid says to his dad. “Dad, are they scared to die” and the dad says, “no, son they are afraid to live.”
We get one chance at this life full of mistakes, forgive, ask for forgiveness as soon as possible, love all and especially those close to you. Let them know. lets make the best of the time we have here. Don’t let a marketing campaign of fear of something that has a 99.7% survival rate not let you make the most of every moment.
The only way to beat fear is through knowledge. With the knowledge we can make a logical conclusion based on what we know and most importantly how we feel about the situation. With knowledge we can take responsibility for our lives and have the courage to make the decisions we need to make concerning our health and path in life. There are also people to help us on the path and I recommend them.
Seek these good people, hopefully you consider me as one of those people that can be a guide for those looking, but the decision that will be made needs to be made by the person, the person must take responsibility, this is so important in every aspect of life but especially in health.
These are my thoughts on getting the covid 19 shot, first, don’t call it a vaccine because it is not one, call it a shot, an injection, a jab, but not a vaccine.
I recommend that you stay as far away from it as possible, don’t inject yourself with something that you have no idea what it will do to you now, and in the future. Don’t do it because you are strong enough to get through it in the first place, 99,7% of people will get over it and the .3% that die almost all have lived a wonderful life beyond their own life expectantly. We all die at some point, covid is probably the last thing that will kill you, and if you know someone that died from covid 19 and not some comorbidity or other intervention I am so sorry for you, I truly am, just as I am truly sorry for anyone that loses a loved one to cancer, car accidents, pneumonia, stoke, obesity, metabolic disease, age, suicide and every other possible way people leave this beautiful ball called Earth.
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