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People usually say what they do are for others. Honestly, on the opposite, they are just for themselves. They think if most people do the thing and then others must follow/obey them or those few ones who don’t follow would be considered to be indifferent and selfish. There’s a saying, you take good care of yourself first, and then you can take care of others. Making choices for yourself, your life is not selfish and wrong useless your choices would harm others. If someone don’t want to get vaccinated, I respect their choices. At least, they wear face masks and sanitise when they go outside, unlike some people who are vaccinated thinking they are completely safe and have no chance to get infected and they don’t wear a face mask while they are outside. Does it sound natural?
Jan 30, 2022 3:33 PM
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People usually say that the things they do are for others. Honestly, just the opposite, they are just doing them for themselves. They think if most people do something then others must follow/obey, and the few who don’t follow would be considered indifferent and selfish. There’s a saying: take good care of yourself first, and then you can take care of others. Making choices for yourself and your life is not selfish or wrong, unless your choices would harm others. If someone doesn’t want to get vaccinated, I respect their choice as long as they wear face masks and sanitise when they go outside. Some people who are vaccinated think they are completely safe and have no risk of get infected, so they don’t wear a face mask while they are outside. Does it sound natural?
I've always liked that saying, too!
Jan 30, 2022 5:19 PM
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