STILL not Alice
Character is showing.Nevada, you are spot on. Sadly, we live in a society that cannot understand basic math and science. Covid has made many sick, killed many, destroyed careers, messed up our social interactions. But for some reason I do not fathom people would rather believe strange conspiracy theories and junk science and fight the people telling them the truth about the virus than they would fight the virus.
Here is where we are right now in our country: while millions around the world die and would crawl on hot cinders and ground glass for a shot, Americans brag about standing for their freedom and refuse the shot.
I doubt it is political. Biden got the shot, and says everyone should. Trump got the shot and says everyone should.
I personally believe it more sinister: people are so spoiled they are holding their breaths and having a collective hissy fit instead of just fighting the danged virus.
So people will continue to get sick and die. Some will be the one's who refuse the shot. Others will be those who took the shot but got breakthrough cases because of the high rate of infection in some areas. Others will be the immunocompromised, the cancer patients, the ones who are not as strong. And the "my rights my freedom" crowd will not give a flying fig who died because they exercised their rights.
Character is showing. Someday they will stand before their Maker, and explain their love of rebellion against helping their fellow human beings and their stubborn refusal to "put on the lifejacket."
So be it. Darwin awards in the offing. The rest of us get the shot, continue to mask when around people if we do not know their vaccine status for their safety, avoid the venues that are more likely to be where the virus spreads, and get on with life. Restaurants and bars will continue to lose money. Stores will close when surges occur. Shortages will continue, wood will continue to be expensive, etc.
It could be prevented. It should be prevented. But hey, we proved we are free people, right??
Yours is quite clear.
Remember, you, too, will stand before Almighty God one day. I'd recommend being a bit more concerned about your status with Him, than the state of the souls of others.
Statements like yours are the actual reason Matthew 7:1 says, "Judge not, lest you also be judged." You don't get to decide who is right in God's sight. You don't get to tell those of us who believe in freedom that God is going to condemn us because we didn't line up to be part of a huge medical experiment.