Face Masks? Vaccine?

In this blog, Margo expresses my views very eloquently and precisely. When will we stop being such a selfish society? Will we ever stop being such a selfish society? It is hard to feel much sympathy for those who get infected by Covid because they didn’t choose to get vaccinated, endangering others for their perception of “freedom”.

that little voice

I’m reluctantly crawling back into my cozy cave of isolation since many fellow earth dwellers are either unwilling or unable to roll up their sleeves and get the Covid vaccine.

I understand why people in parts of the world are not vaccinated: they don’t have access to this life saving drug. But those who can get the tiny prick in their arms and choose not to leave me mystified.

Actually, my emotions run more toward anger than bewilderment. I hear the argument we should be free to make our own decisions about what goes into our bodies. I get that. However, as a friend said recently, freedom doesn’t mean getting everything you want. Freedom comes with obligations, and those obligations are living in a society where there are rules that keep us all safe.

For instance, we are obligated to stop at stop signs and red lights for the good…

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6 Responses to Face Masks? Vaccine?

  1. Thanks Carol for the reblogs. Glad you liked it.

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  2. dawnkinster says:

    I thought her post was spot on too.

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  3. Robin says:

    Thanks for sharing that, Carol. I agree.

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  4. Lisa says:

    I believe it stems mainly not from a position of defiance so much as a position of distrust. It is hard to take anything the CDC says seriously when they prove time and time again to flip flop on issues and have been guilty of double speak.

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  5. Kathy says:

    It is indeed a puzzlement that others don’t look at it from the angle we do. The “greater good” concept seems to be elusive for so many. Alas.

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