I was reading about a news anchor that had a health problem of some kind, speculated to be the beginnings of a stroke, while on air.
I looked at the comments and saw where some were talking about the possibility that people were having heart problems as a result of having taken the “vaccines” and boosters.
I commented that I was fired 11 months ago and have been unemployed ever since, but that not taking the shots was one of the best decisions I have ever made. (All true.)
Almost immediately I got two “likes” and when I saw that, I had an adrenaline (or perhaps a dopamine) rush. It occurred to me that I was exploiting this woman’s misfortune for my own personal gain in the form of congratulations and applause.
I deleted the comment.
I did, in the now deleted post, say “good luck” to the news woman, and I did say I did not know if the “vaccine” had played a part in her condition, or if she even had been “vaccinated”, but nevertheless, I was suspect of my motivation(s).
That out of the way, let me say clearly:
I believe that refusing those shots was one of the best decisions I have ever made, even though it resulted in me being fired from a job I worked hard to get, and even though it has meant being unemployed for 11 months now.
In my opinion, what I did is called “Standing up for what you believe to be right.”
I am not a joke. My songs have never been written to be cute or entertaining. I’ve not taken the easy way. I rehearse, still, daily. I put my money where my mouth is and I walk the road I profess to walk.
This is life, hardships and all. Truth is, especially perhaps in this day and age, there are only a few like me. The masses comply. Some do not even think for themselves at all. (Joe Biden, perhaps, is one.)
Will I end up in a homeless shelter? Maybe. No way of knowing. I may end up rich. Who knows? One way or another, this man will always appreciate what he has and will always put love before fear. That is a promise.
For those of you who took the shots, all I can say is “good luck”. Perhaps you will luck out and not be affected, or at least not affected in any noticeable way.
You have a friend in me, whether I have a friend in you, or not.