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If the world is turning, we are going to be dizzy.


Hello followers,

Well, we made it through the middle part of the work week!

Before I begin, must of you know I am a Floridian at heart.

I was born and grew up until I was fifty-four and moved to Mexico, and now here in Virginia.

So, today I wish everyone in the wake of Ian, a safe journey through the storm.

Oh, and this is the last Wednesday of September!

Dan and I have been doing a series of post on, what is the meaning of life?

In combining our physical and mental functions, we can control our bodies and keep them healthy.

It took me a long time to realize this for myself.

Hopefully, this will help you, our followers.

The last two weeks we posted on, self-empowerment, self-control, renewable vitality, emotion mastery and conscious communication along with smart focus, learning & adaptability, and constructive thinking.

Simple Ways to Find Out What Life is About-

There are many different behaviors, ideals, and actions that humans have found over the centuries that can be excellent methods to draw us towards that final, inner conclusion of why we exist.

There are a handful of ways to kickstart the adventure of finding out just what life is about.

Today Dan and I are exploring the third one; Look for Meaningful Ways to Give Back.

If you want to find out more about life, consider genuinely giving back to the world around you.

Do not just scrounge up your extra cash and give it to a cause someone else is enthusiastic about.

Find out where your own passions are.

What needs and hurts in the world get your heart racing and your mind searching for a solution?

Find those, then invest yourself.

Give until it hurts.

The results are exhilarating.

Tomorrow, we will explore the fourth one; Try a Hobby.

SEPTEMBER – 28th, Dan and I thought on continuing this segment with the series with some fun; What is it about September that is so significant during this month?

National Self Awareness Day – September 28, 2022

This day gives us an opportunity to spread information about the philosophy of self-awareness, the conscious experience of one’s personality or individuality.

Being self-aware means recognizing your consciousness or a person’s awareness of their environment, body, and lifestyle.

Self-awareness also allows a person to intentionally know and understand their character, emotions, motives, and desires.

In their 1972 book, “A theory of objective self-awareness,” Shelley Duval and Robert Wicklund expound on the self-awareness theory.

They state that individuals who direct their attention to themselves learn how to evaluate their behaviors based on internal principles and values.

This means they begin to judge or rate themselves based on their standards and beliefs, creating a state of objective self-awareness.

As people become self-evaluators, self-awareness allows them to intensify various emotional states.

Consequently, they align their behavior with their standards because of the negative effects of not living up to those metrics.

Moreover, certain environmental cues and situations, such as mirrors, audiences, or camera recordings, induce self-awareness.

These cues help improve the accuracy of personal memory.

Another study demonstrates how self-awareness develops systematically after birth and is considered a significant factor in the development of general inferential processes.

In addition, the philosophy of self-awareness states that a person’s belief in their ability to succeed affects how they think, act, and feel.

A person with strong self-efficacy usually sees challenges as tasks that need to be accomplished and is not easily dispirited.

In contrast, those with self-awareness comprehend their imperfections and abilities and use them to their advantage.

This is the closest thing that human beings have to a superpower.

Time is precious and is priceless, so Dan and I will continue each day to pull from a box of 365 inspirational quotes; one quote and share with you.

Today is:


Today Dan and I will be continuing the book, ten-minute relaxation, For mind and body by Jennie Harding.

Whenever you are feeling under pressure, ten minutes is all you need to relax totally, using tools that are always with you; your senses.

This book is packed full of wonderfully simple ideas and exercises for using sight, taste, smell, hearing, and touch and that vital sixth sense of intuition to rebalance your energies and bring you back into harmony with the natural world around you.

Identify your favorite sensory relaxation solutions and combat that stress!

Per Dan and my experience this is another component in keeping ourselves healthy, meditation.

By using your five senses, you can learn to relax in just ten minutes.



Below is a chart of moods, showing foods that deplete you further as well as those that build up and rebalance you.

It is based on principles of Chinese medicine, which revolve around the meridians lines of energy that pass through the body and the organs.

Moods are linked in energy deficiencies to meridians and the right foods can help to rebalance the energy patterns.

Having identified your mood, try, and eat less of the things that deplete you and more of the things that build you up.

The quick tips are simple ideas to try as remedies when you need something to pick you up in the moment.

Continue tomorrow-

As I ponder over all that I have learned, I have come to find that we all have our own blueprint.

Our bodies are precious and there are many components in taking care of them.

Throughout the blog, Dan and I have related the separate ways through body, heart, and soul.

It is all about power of knowledge and learning to take care of yourself, keeping your cells happy.

Our immune system is one of the key factors in keeping healthy.

It is important to know how it works!

Germs and Viruses????

Evidence supporting the concept of pleomorphism kept appearing.

In 1907 Doctors A. Neisser and Rudolph Massine described the mutation-like phenomena in a strain of B coli.

And in 1914 Philip Eisenberg published a series of papers on bacterial variability.

A similar study was published in 1918 by bacteriologist Karl Baerthlein, which later received high praise from Dr Phillip Hadley, University of Pittsburg, in his paper Microbic Disassociation (Journal of Infectious Diseases, Vol. 40, 1927).

In the chapter which follows it is described how in the study of the disease beriberi, ten different researchers reported they had discovered the germ that caused the disease.

Each germ was different and none of them turned out to be the cause at all, but what is indicated is the probability that at least some of the microbes isolated from beriberi patients represented various stages of pleomorphism.

In 1898, Guenther Enderlein (1872-1968) graduated with honors in natural sciences, physics, and zoology from Leipzig University.

And in 1914 he became a bacteriologist and serologist at the German military hospital at Stettin.

Enderlein had studied the findings of Antoine Beecham and had further studied under Rudolph Leuckart, the zoologist who initiated the modern science of parasitology, and under Otto Schmidt, the doctor who in 1901 reported the discovery of parasites in the blood of cancer patients.

Schmidt was not the first to discover cancer parasites.

As early as 1890 Scottish pathologist William Russell reported on widely variegated microbes present in all cancer tissue, which microbes were referred to as Russell bodies.

Continue tomorrow-

The PHRASE TO REMEMBER; Health is Wealth.

We stand by this and continue to do daily; walk, meditation, and Qigong.

If you would like to follow with us; hash tag words #walk, #meditation #Qigong on the right of the main blog page.


Until Thursday, I would rather live in a world where my life

is surrounded by mystery than live in a world so small that my mind could comprehend it.


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