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I don't know what's in the vaccine

Shared today by Katie Martin Jessie and Donna Feese

I'm vaccinated and, no, I don't know what's in it - neither this vaccine, the ones I had as a child, nor in the Big Mac, or in hot dogs, or in other treatments... whether it's for cancer, AIDS, the one for polyarthritis, or vaccines for infants or children. I trust my God, unequivocally, in all times and situations.

I also don't know what's in Ibuprofen, Tylenol, or other meds, it just cures my headaches & my pains...

I don't know what's in the ink for tattoos, vaping, or every ingredient in my soap or shampoo or even deodorants. I don't know the long term effect of cell phone use...


or whether or not that restaurant I just ate at REALLY used clean foods and washed their hands.

In short ...

There's a lot of things I don't know and never will...

I just know one thing: life is short, very short, and I still want to do something other than just going to work every day or staying locked in my home. I still want to travel and hug people without fear and find a little feeling of life "before".

As a child the vaccines and as an adult I've been vaccinated for mumps, measles, rubella, polio, chicken pox, and quite a few others; my parents and I trusted the science and never had to suffer through or transmit any of said diseases ... just saying.

You are not vaccinated, I RESPECT your choice,

I am vaccinated, RESPECT my choice ...

I'm vaccinated, not to please the government but:

* To not die from Covid-19.

* To NOT clutter a hospital bed if I get sick.

* To hug my loved ones

* To Not have to do PCR or antigenic tests to go out dancing, go to a restaurant, go on holidays and many more things to come ...

* To live my life.

* To have my kids/grandkids go back to school and play sports.

* For Covid-19 to be an old memory.

* To protect us.


This story was posted on 2021-08-29 12:40:37
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