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More of my world views, insights, thoughts, observations and this is what I intended to say…

09/09/2015

If you or someone you know gets diagnosed with cancer or any other life-threatening disease – what should you do? Conventionally speaking, the answer has been to ‘declare war’ on the illness and expose the body to a variety of toxic chemicals, radiation and risky surgical procedures, while ignoring the true path toward recovery. To ‘cut, poison and burn’ the body will never reveal the true cause of disease.

Don’t get set into one form, adapt it and build your own, and let it grow, be like water. Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless — like water. Now you put water in a cup, it becomes the cup; You put water into a bottle it becomes the bottle; You put it in a teapot it becomes the teapot. Now water can flow or it can crash. Be water, my friend. ~Bruce Lee

The 1976 film ‘Network’ was called a satirical movie, yet as I observe the world in 2015 it continues to be electrifying and intense as much if not all of humanity is living this ‘satire’ now. God help us wake up!

According to research presented to the European Society of Cardiology annual conference in London, a midday nap is ‘associated with reduced blood pressure’ and could reduce the risk of a heart attack.

My recent experience highlights how easy it is to become a victim and enslaved to the medical pharmaceutical industrial complex. Stay alert!

The rainbow panda knows what you have always known, deep down: We are all going to die. Life is a constant process of dying.

… a very powerful voice spoke to me. From where this voice came from, I do not know. It said, “Just surrender to the suffering.” That was it. So I thought about it. I realized that I was not accepting what was happening to me. I was fighting it. I was trying to push away the suffering, but it was obviously not working. So I followed the message, and surrendered to the suffering, that which is. ~Awakening Is a Destructive Process by Greg Calise, RiverbankofTruth

Learn to co-exist with uncertainty – as if your life is a mystery novel and you have no idea what’s going to happen next. ~Gregg Krech

We love the security of knowing what’s going to happen, although it’s really an illusion. We never know what’s going to happen today … or even in the next moment. As we deal with the elements of life that are outside our control, we often become uncomfortable, anxious, even fearful. We think, “I’ve got to get my life under control.” We rarely think, “I’ve got to give up control.”

Think of your life as a mystery novel, a book you are reading for the first time. Each chapter brings surprises, unexpected happenings, new twists and turns. Not knowing what’s going to happen is what makes the book exciting. It’s what makes you want to continue reading. Can you go through a single day with this idea in the forefront of your life as your day unfolds?

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