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benjamin franklinHuman Potential, Wasted or Gained (Reactive vs. Proactive)

Benjamin Franklin said “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”

I can guarantee that what you about to read you already experienced before in your life. I know, as well as my heart, your heart too, hurts when we see people being sick, suffering, mislead, misguided and even worst when all of it as a result of a LIE being accepted as an ULTIMATE TRUTH and people paying HUGE price with their LIVES, SOULs and BODIES.

This past weekend I have met a typical individual, a HUMANIST. SIDE NOTE from wiki: “Humanism is a philosophical and ethical stance that emphasizes the value and agency of human beings, individually and collectively, and generally prefers critical thinking and evidence (rationalism, empiricism) over established doctrine or faith (fideism).

[1] In modern times, humanist movements are typically aligned with secularism, and today “Humanism” typically refers to a non-theistic life stance centered on human agency, and looking to science instead of religious dogma in order to understand the world.[2] So basically, the point of view is “Humans can save themselves through intellect, science, research and discoveries and good deeds”.

While I was talking to another person, “HUMANIST” commented to that individual “….when I get a heart condition, I know what to do. I am going to start exercising….”My question was “ Do you know that medical evidences show that 50 % of people who will develop cardiovascular condition will die from the heart attack before they even diagnosed?” “Do you think that early diagnosis is the solution? Or maybe we should exercise before we get the cardio-vascular disease?” the argument was that medicine advanced that heart transplant is available that we can live our life and choosing enjoying it and science will safe us.

His other comment “… good nutrition is the solution for all problems…”. My question was “but what controls the nutrients absorption and metabolic utilization of nutrition?”….no answer from him… But it is our Brain and Nerve system!

Finally, he said “When you get a problem than definitely go and see Dr. Dmitri.” At this point, I honestly almost fell off the chair. After all being said and done it was perceived totally wrong. I cared way more if they understood the PRINCIPLE that HEALING is INNATE GIFT FROM GOD, rather than come and see me. It’s not about me…I can be gone any second, but principle will still work and help this individual to make a proper steps and decisions towards their life and health.

Chiropractic is so hugely misunderstood and we all have so much work to do to help others to understand it better. The biggest blessings that we are designed to heal. Confusion is that when people get adjusted often symptoms go away. Even though you and me are happy, (Praise to God for it) this messes up everything! Because resolution of symptoms often reinforces the wrong tendency of thinking that chiropractic is only needed when symptoms are present. Another confusion is that chiropractic cures something. The truth is that healing already been deposited in us. We simply remove the interference of this healing – Subluxation. Chiropractic works the best when there are no symptoms and we preserve and multiply our potential. The common challenges are: our choices, actions and discipline around them! The one may ask “so how do you actually know if it works?” Because it is THE PRINCIPLE! It always works! Always was and will work, because it is coming from God! All principles are coming from God! He is the author of life and the creator of the Universe. We can use those God given principles and gain benefit or we can ignore them and never realize our potential.

Be blessed and have a Subluxation free life!

References:

  1. Bauman, Richard. Human Rights in Ancient Rome. Routledge Classical Monographs, 1999 ISBN 0-415-17320-5
  2. Berry, Philippa and Andrew Wernick. The Shadow of Spirit: Post-Modernism and Religion. Routledge, (1992) 2006. ISBN 0-415-06638-7
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