My Story

May 31, 2007 at 9:32 am | Posted in Story Spotlight | Leave a comment

I know I have some of my story written in the “About Me” section. But I thought I would highlight some more today.

You see, I think many of my readers think I have always been this way in my thinking about health and nutrition. I have had some conversations and interactions with some people that have reminded me of thoughts I used to have or statements I would say. And it kind of makes me laugh to see the drastic difference in my thinking now. Here are some examples:

“It doesn’t matter what we eat, we are all going to die anyway.”

“I don’t care what I eat. I just want to enjoy myself.”

“I just want to go to the Dr and have him give me a drug and make me feel better!”

“I hate water! I just can’t drink it!”

“Why would the FDA approve something if it bad for us?”

“It’s carcinogenic? Who cares. I’m sure everything is carcinogenic at some point. What are we suppossed to do, just move to our own farm?”

“People actually make things from scratch now days? Why bother when they already have it all made for you in a box.”

I remember in our previous job, the man we worked with was very ill. There were all kinds of people sending him information about all kinds of alternative treatments. And I just thought it was crazy! “Why would anyone pursue that kind of treatment? They should just pick one Dr and do what he says.”

So, surprised?

Much of our society thinks this way. And many of us don’t know where to even start in trying to think and do the opposite. And quite frankly, it is hard to go against the grain.

I just wanted to show that it is a process. It’s not like I woke up one day and thought this way, or that I was even born this way. And I am still in process. I am learning, discovering, or trying different things every day.

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