I just watched this thought provoking and interesting talk between one of my favourite NZ doctors, Sam Bailey and an edgy investigative journalist on the technolological world we live in. They pose and discuss some great questions in this hour long video that will surely open your mind to more of the state we find ourselves navigating in todays world. Grab the popcorn and watch with friends for a good discussion afterwards.
What do you think ?
Perspective, common sense, life long learning, and always continuing to question everything can yield remarkable results. Remember that science is alive and always evolving - it is never settled, ever. The attempt to silence and censor and de-person the brilliant minds of our time cannot succeed because ... You can never silence the truth, ever. The spin will eventually fail, it always does. History repeats because it is so often forgotten or just re-written. The government should never be your sole (self-proclaimed) source of truth. You must be responsible and do your own questioning and research to survive and thrive.
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Get Inspired ... Together we can help create a healthy and vibrant society based on individual freedom and true care for one another. No government can do this, only we can help ourselves. It begins with self-accountability, making smart decisions for your self, your lifestyle, your diet and nutrition and how you spend your time and contribute to your community.
Hei huarahi mā tātou i te rangi nei. Aroha atu, Aroha mai. Tātou i a tātou katoa
A pathway forward for everyone this day ... be respectful & loving to one another
Nothing in this post is intended to offer a position either for or against anyone's personal choice to receive any medical treatment or not; That is sacred to each individual, protected by health & privacy law. Personalised healthcare and medicine is about the right remedy for the right person and the right time. One size can never fit all