Reflections on Covid 19

Here’s what I believe:
I believe in God, but I also believe in scientists.
I believe that the Main Stream Media will tell the truth as it sees it while trying to avoid bias.
I believe I have “done my research.” After all, I’m a bit to old to get my Doctorate in virology, so I need to research those experts who I trust. That said, I trust Dr. Fauci to tell the truth, because he’s not hesitant to say what he thinks.
I wear a mask because I believe the experts who tell us that my wearing a mask protects you, and not me. I also had trouble at first wearing masks, but I got used to it. It’s not my favorite thing to do, but I do it.
I do not necessarily trust random people on the internet about COVID 19, especially if they are not medical doctors or researchers. Nor would I expect the same to believe me.
I believe in the goodness of most people on both sides of the political aisle, and I don’t understand why people are painting others with such broad brushes.
I believe I am humble enough to know that I don’t know everything.
I do, however, get really annoyed at those people who think I don’t know anything, or “pity” me because I trust MSM, or tell me to “do my research.” I am not a saint. Those who call me names get blocked.
I may not understand your Political views, but I respect your side and your right to have them.
I believe. I care.
Thank you for hearing me out.

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