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  • Writer's pictureChristie Chadwick

Keeping you warm.

Updated: May 20

You’ve heard the expression about leading a horse to water but you can’t make it drink right?

How about the old Chinese proverb; give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.

Well, lately I’ve heard some people say that they won’t set their kid on fire to keep your kid warm. I decided to take it a step further and add on that what I would like to do is teach you how to start your own fire and keep yourself warm.

Can you guess what I’m talking about? That’s right. Your health. And vaccinations.

With everything that is happening across the world people are just losing their minds and blaming other people for their health, or lack thereof. It’s no one else’s responsibility to keep you healthy. Sure it’s a kind gesture and all, but my responsibility first and foremost is to my family. I take the necessary steps to support our immune system and bodily functions. I rely on no one else for this. It’s on my shoulders. Do I search out advice? Yes. Do I take into consideration other people’s lives? Yep. Do I research the pro’s and cons of a certain modality? You bet. But at the end of the day, if the risk is greater than the reward, I’m not doing it.

So instead of focusing on the 99% of the population that will recover from any given virus, let’s focus on supporting the 1% (or less in some cases), who need to the support. Wouldn’t that make more sense? What can we do to help them?

One thing for sure is to keep ourselves healthy. Another; natural herd immunity, which yes means you’re getting sick, but, you will recover and then have lifelong immunity. Then perhaps we can find a SAFE and EFFECTIVE vaccine* or treatment for the 1% who are at a greater risk if infected. Let’s teach people how to be and stay healthy. Just know, it’s up to them to follow through, just like like horse and just like the dude with the fish.

Let’s have the discussion on what you can do to “keep warm”.


*safe and effective vaccines are a tough sell. I won’t be getting one unless and until these things happen; 1. Make the pharmaceutical companies liable for damages their vaccines cause. 2. A true double blind study – meaning a true placebo, not one with adjuvants in it. 3. Make all vaccines clean – meaning no neurotoxins – at all. 4. A study of vaccinated vs non vaccinated kids/adults 5. Show me all the information, the risks vs the possible rewards. Then let me make an INFORMED DECISION.

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