We can see God's character in creation, His sense of humour and happiness is reflected in how cute some animals are, funny and playful. However what is not self evident and needs scriptural research is the Godhead.
It can be usefull to be a beggar in a street pushing a cart and being weird, no one will notice in certain settings. Any character has its role. However this can sometimes offset some people especially in posh neighbour hoods or busy shopping centers. So in general it is more usefull to really go unnoticed by keeping the hair on your head really crisp and short, no matter if it is done hastily with shears or really good with a trimmer... it does look well-tended to.
Anthony Patch (former paramedic) removed himself from all platforms including patreon, brighteon, bitchute. If anyone liked his stuff and wondered where he went you can still find him at https://www.subscribestar.com/anthony-patch/subscribe and https://anthonypatch.com/. For me as former patron, this is where our paths separate. As I look back on a great series of lectures and study, I am gratefull for their expertise and kindness in helping the dutch effort in operation rooftop.
The mainstream docters like Diederik Gommers from the Netherlands states 3 Januari in the Magazine "Margriet"(Daisy): No, it does not change your DNA... For converting RNA into DNA you need an enzym, reverse-transcriptase, that is only present in some viruses like hepatitis-B or HIV.
This can not be done from a rules persective. That is forgetting the spirit of the law. Love towards God and Neighbour is the whole of the law, the intent, selflessness. So when you keep the dietary laws, eating no unclean meats like certain sea creatures, turkey or pig, do it for God, as a sacrifice, or do it for a brother or sister in Christ that is weak/strict and you want to stay in touch with them or when you see that person as a strong example. To take unhealthy things away from you lifestyle makes you clearminded, strong and energetic: in a way disciplined so that you can target the addictions and big sins or imperfections or attitudes that you need to work on.