Whether you get a vaccine or you don't get a vaccine, the same reason why you're doing either one of those things, is because you want to be healthy.
I find the whole thing weird. There are those people that fall on one side or the other really hard, and then there's some people in the middle and I feel like I'm in the middle-ish, and I don't really care about it. It's literally here to create division. I don't even watch the news, I don't watch stuff about it, I don't want it in my psyche. My reality has been so normal compared to, I'm going to imagine, most [people], because I don't perpetuate it. I don't worry about it and I don't feed it. If someone tells me to put a mask, okay. There's no point in getting a fight going, because if I don't want to wear one, let's say, or if you're wearing one and somebody doesn't have one on, like people will get upset about that. Every time you give something time and energy, you root it deeper into you.
It is a fascinating thing that this will go down as, and I don't want to get the words wrong, but it's been said that this has been a very mismanaged situation that we have dealt with. I think the division ends up coming with having to make a decision for other people. That is a lot of what I think is being done here, is that it's about other people and it's not about you. Any time you put something outside of you, you are looking at it wrong. Do what is right for you. Everybody wants to be healthy, and the problem here is, whether you get a vaccine or you don't get a vaccine, the same reason why you're doing either one of those things, is because you want to be healthy.