16 Jul 2015 · 16:02
These aspects of Nature are ideal for detoxification. They are what to use when you find that your system is clotted with toxins. Use antioxidants liberally, for that is what they have been created. There are various ways to detoxify your body, your mind. I would suggest the most direct route to doing so is the best option – i.e. as the crow flies. That means skip the displacement, take the gap – the circuitous route to cleanliness is for the faint-hearted.
Take Cape Aloe lump. Coffee. Smoking in moderation. Red wine. Tumeric. Laughter. Loving. Living. Giveology. Compassion. Empathy. Tears. Unconditional Love. Ask Kobi cattle why their meat is so delicious and they will tell you about how to live well with an understanding of what – exactly – antioxidants in this contemporary world can do. Perhaps ask, too, what else to take. The answer to that question will depend on what has initially been given.
The body is unbelievably appreciative when receiving antioxidants to help it with the process of eliminating shit. If you know your body well – and it knows you as well – then eradicating crap is fairly easy. You eat what you know you must eat and you drink accordingly what you must, too, in order that your body reaches its most optimum capacity. That is a knowing of your circumstance and an appreciation for your body’s capacity for understanding.
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22 Sep 2014 · 14:11
What can be considered a fair life-expectancy? Or should we not have expectations when it comes to our deaths? There are those for whom life without expectations is as pointless as death is without its permanence. There are those for whom it isn’t.
Keep yourself the way you need to be kept and you will live for a long time. Deny yourself your necessary and you will die what is commonly called ‘before your time’. Living, laughing and loving are excellent for longevity. Practice them. They are free. If you cannot find anything to laugh about, anything to love, or any reason to live, you need to think again. It’s that simple.
There are a lot of people who are hoping to live forever. They must have a reason for that. There are a lot of medicines that keep dead people walking and perhaps that is called progress in some countries. It would appear that the many children walking the planet today would appreciate a planet to walk on. Their longevity is dependent on the planet we give them to appreciate.
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28 Apr 2014 · 10:23
… of getting the joke and loving the humour
… of feeling the lyric tug at your heart and understanding the reason the song was written
… of considering the workings of your eyes
… of trusting someone or something implicitly
… of knowing you can speak your mind and be heard
… of creating something out of nothing
… of watching a rising full moon dominate an horizon
… of sharing your dreams with those who want to know and choose to believe
… of turning good into better and better into best
… of making your own acquaintance when you least expect it
… of letting yourself succeed at what means most to you
… of giving and seeing why
… of living inside sleep
… of loving to distraction
… of being in a position to help
… of knowing exactly what to do
… of learning exactly how to do it.
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18 Mar 2014 · 09:47
If you cannot be bothered to spend time living your life to its fullest – your fullest – then perhaps you should surrender yourself to the powers that be and call your existence quits. Perhaps you should relinquish control of yourself and your sources and accept that you are missing the point of life. There is no excuse for not living, it is an essential state of being. You will know how it is to be truly alive and kicking. You will know because you can feel it when you are in your element. Your senses tell you all about it. Should you find yourself wishing to be present and counted in your everyday, then take the time to make that happen. You need to be assertive when it comes to managing your time, your days. You are who says what happens when, and how. That is your power. Do not waste it.
Living for another is not a wise idea. You cannot realistically bring yourself to an optimum place when your existence is defined by the toings and froings of another person. That attitude is defeatist. You need to live first for yourself – you get one life in the embodiment in which you currently find yourself and that actuality should not be overlooked. You should not overlook yourself at all. Living for yourself is not selfish. It is necessary. When you find your truth and you subscribe to it wholeheartedly you will discover your purpose, and once you discover your purpose you will understand that your life is not given to you for you to farm it out. Farm in-house, not out-house. Do not try to be for another – that never works.
Living – in the cliché – is loving. And it is. Should you know how to properly live, you will know how to properly love. That is a given fundamental. If you are not sure how to live properly then perhaps train yourself in that discipline. It is a definite discipline and you will get better at it the more you practice. Do not fear repercussions for living to your fullest. There will be none. The universe will support every attempt you make to be something in yourself. Embrace that reality and get busy living – as Buddha said: ‘… the problem is, you think you have time…’
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