BELIEVE IN THE GOOD IN THE WORLD by Cathy D. Slaght
It seems there’s so much conflict.
And different ways to express it.
a) march, shut down free speech, destroy other peoples’ property.
b) demonstrate the same generosity and kindness towards those in our immediate environment that we ask our government to extend to the world.
It seems like chaotic herds are choosing option A.
Observing all this makes me wonder if we will ever be capable of accomplishing ANYTHING. There’s such division, which can only weaken us.
How have we come to this?
Could it be that our GUTS are off kilter?
Is it remotely possible that many who are demonstrating increasingly erratic behavior just need to start having regular bowel movements?
I mean really. If you’re constipated, you get irritable.
It’s the Large Intestine’s job to absorb water and nutrients. (It doesn’t break the food down- that’s the job of the small intestine.) Instead, the LI allows nutrients to be absorbed. It also compacts the feces so they can be evacuated.
PRESERVATIVES in our processed foods may be a major culprit in this. That’s our focus today. Among other things, they interfere with the bacteria we need to help the gut do what it’s designed to do.
If our eating habits bring us to a point that we cannot fully control our own thoughts and actions, how are we supposed to help the rest of the world?
How can we analyze, think critically, pull in information from the cosmos?
And, since there’s always a solution to any problem, what can be done about this?
Here’s some thoughts- along with the group scan- etheric, not physical
Cathy D. Slaght