Sunday, December 3, 2017

Bits of Wisdom Quotes

We each have a story to tell.”
“If you want change, be the change.”
“We all make mistakes, and mistakes belong firmly in the past.”

“There is, perhaps, nothing so toxic as guilt.”

“Let gratitude be the pillow upon which you kneel to say your nightly prayer.”

“Silence is complicity.”

Those who believe that the Earth was literally made in six days may be somewhat naive or gullible, but they’re sincere.

Ghosts do not have spiritual powers.

“Tough times don’t last; tough people do.”

“You come to know yourself by becoming aware of how you treat others. Interaction is the key.”

“Anyone who has the power to make you believe absurdities has the power to make you commit injustices.”

“The caterpillar dies all the work and the butterfly gets all the publicity.”

“Being a perfectionist is likely to cause one despair — it sets a standard for meaningfulness in life that is nearly impossible to attain.”

“Worry often gives a small thing a big shadow.”

~The human race has one really effective weapon, and that is laughter.~   
“Against the assault of laughter, nothing can stand.”
Mark  Twain

“If you don’t genuinely listen to others now, how can you have any hope that they might ever begin listening to you.”

“Logical deductive reasoning presumes a series of if-then binary decisions.”

“No matter how dirty your past is, your future is still spotless.”

~Learn from the mistakes of others.  We don’t have time to make them all ourselves.~  Eleanor Roosevelt

~The human race has one really effective weapon, and that is laughter.~

~ When I was a boy, I was told that anybody could become President; 
I'm beginning to believe it.~ 

Detoxifying Body by Drinking Bentonite Clay

The following is what I’d sent to an acquaintance whose spouse was experiencing back pain:

“I’d been wondering why clay mud packs could help backaches. So I did some reading, and discovered that putting these on any part of the body that’s experienced damage can sometimes help because they draw out toxic substances from the body.

It seems that an often overlooked factor is toxicity in the body which can hamper normal nerve activity, especially from sites of old injuries. Trauma sites can attract toxins which accumulate in the connective tissue and continually interfere with nerve flow, resulting in pain and other seemingly unrelated symptoms.  These embedded toxins can mean years of delayed healing – or none at all. Pain can be experienced far from the part of the body experiencing symptoms. For example, an old appendix scar might cause migraine headaches or a wisdom tooth extraction scar might cause chronic low back pain. So, I’m guessing that if you guys try the mud pack idea, not only put it where pain is felt, but also where the old injuries occurred.

A product called “Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay, 2 Pound” for $12 is shown at the WalMart site. Even though they market it as a facial care product, it’s the same stuff that the herbaria’s sell.

However, since detoxification may be the key, I would, instead, recommend doing something that a relative of mine does. They drink a clay drink in the mornings like described under the search”:
“Benefits of clay drink”