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They are everywhere. In big cities and small towns, along the coasts and in the heartland. Your family members, friends, neighbors and co-workers are amongst them. You may be one of them. I am referring to those who received “vaccines” for Covid prevention and subsequently got Covid. Many infected more than once. It is estimated that upwards of 70% of those with the jabs also got the bug. As 2023 draws towards a close the vaccinated remain susceptible to Covid and can be contagious. The former “pandemic of the unvaccinated” affects everyone equally.
Should five doses - up from the promised two in less than three years - be considered a successful medical intervention? There was a time when 95% efficacy was assured. Now the multiple recommended doses offer only vague and unproven claims of milder symptoms while studies of vaccine side effects and complications are rarely reported by mainstream media outlets. And still there is no scientific data on the long term effects of the messenger RNA experiment on humans.
It is time to change the narrative and look beyond pharmaceutical solutions for protection against SARS-CoV-2. There are natural and effective alternatives to building and maintaining robust immune systems.
Health and healing is best maintained and improved by our own personal, informed choices. Focus on Mind/Body/Spirit. Food as Medicine. Weight loss. Drink more water. Daily Exercise/Yoga/Stretching/Pilates/Tai Chi/Qigong/Meditation. Seek out alternative medicines as first choices. Discover natural immune boosting foods and supplements. Connect with family, friends and neighbors. Connect with your self. Listen. Question. Appreciate. Cultivate a rich spiritual connection. Get good sleep. Hold a child. Consult an elder. Consciously turn off screens. Move. Walk. Find engaging and fulfilling labor. Volunteer. Read. Plant a garden. Hug. Act kindly upon a stranger. Be strong, and vibrant. Be curious. Adopt a dog. Or a cat. Learn an instrument. Connect with nature. Find sunlight once a day. Or rain or wind. Get outside. Take in the awe of just how phenomenally unlikely your existence is and ponder that. Open your heart. Forgive. Sing and dance. Learn. Mentor. Trust your body’s innate wisdom. Be intuitive. Know that good health is affordable and illness is the profit-rich end goal of the healthcare industry complex. Do diligent research. Make your own best informed healthcare decisions by collecting information from multiple viewpoints and perspectives.
Let no one mandate your most personal decision - choosing your own best health.