IT’S A MAGICAL WORLD IF YOU’LL JUST STOP BEING SO NICE! by Cathy D. Slaght
The 5 senses only detect .1% of our reality, but they allow us to learn and to protect ourselves. With that in mind, one of the greatest things in the world may be the internet!
When it comes to health you can literally save your life by pulling up the issue you’re dealing with and educating yourself. I could personally cite many examples. If you have the appropriate doctor, he or she encourages this kind of self-care.
For bleeding gums, I learned some natural ways to handle this from the internet. The SRC4YOU scanned the information to see which was best for me personally, also a pendulum could have been used.
But starting to research a variety of topics online may present a problem.
You may come to realize the world is not what it seems.
There are people who can look and talk “real good” while they’re poisoning our minds.
Just one example- we know (if you don’t, you could look it up) that dental amalgams can be extremely toxic, and that there are safe alternatives. With amalgams, even the simple and basic act of brushing your teeth releases harmful vapors. (these vapors are measurable.) Some serious health issues can and do result.
But here’s what the American Dental Association says:
Dental amalgam is considered a safe, affordable and durable material that has been used to restore the teeth of more than 100 million Americans…and has established a record of safety and effectiveness.
This is just one example of misinformation we’ve been fed by people we trust. If you do some simple www.youtube.com searches you’ll begin to accumulate knowledge on a variety of subjects that could be vital to your well-being.
But then -
When you learn something that contradicts a story we’ve been told- related to health, politics, religion- how many others do you share this information with?
Probably zero. Health related issues are somewhat easy to share, but what if your searches end up alerting you to vital information on subjects considered TABOO?
Take my word - others don’t want to hear about it.
They will NOT TOLERATE anything that disrupts their programming.
It isn’t ‘NICE” conversation.
So, for today, let me leave you with the root definition of the word NICE-
Stupid, poor, needy, simple.
And the information for the group-
The word for the day is ZIPPY-
(Sorry, this COMPELS me to write a limerick)
There once was a man named Zippy
Who considered the world quite Dippy
“Wake up!” He exclaimed
But others were pained
They preferred to be “safe” and “Iffy”
Today’s scan- etheric, not physical
Cathy D. Slaght