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Your Feet!

Don’t forget about your feet!  It is that time of year that we are going outside more and we need to be mindful of our feet and ankles.  

I do believe we were born without shoes and to be without shoes is good, but the way we live, after a certain age, it seems we need shoes.  I have never been able to go barefoot as I have very sensitive feet. 

I can buy cheap clothes, no problem.  But I buy the best shoes because I have “crazy” feet as I call them.  But my advice is to pay as much as you necessary to get the right shoes for you.  Comfortable and as supportive as needed.   Just like I consider eating organic to be paying upfront to avoid a problem, I feel the same way about good shoes.  You need them for all the days in your life!

I love to get a pedicure as it makes my feet feel better. Do exercises to keep your ankles flexible and step on a tennis ball with you bare feet and hold for about 3 minutes. Massage your feet. You want to lot from them, so be generous!

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Cervical Spine

Do you know how very important your cervical spine is? Of course you do, but you might learn a little bit more if you listen to this video. I think this doctor is an orthopedist, but he would have made a very good chiropractor. You know how you feel just after getting a great adjustment on your neck? All is right with the world isn’t it? But if you are sick with anything, please listen as he explains much about the vagus nerve as well as many other pieces of anatomy as they traverse though from the head into the spine. You will learn a ton of information, most likely.

I like all of the video, but it does start a bit slow. the first 25 minutes or so is taken with how important prayer is especially in relationships. There is something to learn there, but don’t skip the medical part please, especially if you have almost any kind of problem.

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It Must be a Secret

I will tell you what seems to be a secret.  I heard Del Bigtree and Robert Kennedy, Jr, at different events speak to this.  The two of them had a meeting with the FDA.  In the meeting they asked, “you do have double blind, placebo-controlled studies on the vaccines on the children’s schedule?”  They were assured they did.  The two men asked to see them.  They were not able to provide them that day, but would get the studies to them.  They waited and waited.  Then they called.  More promises.  Finally, they filed a lawsuit under the freedom of information act.  They had their lawyers.  The case went over a year I think, and finally, at the next court hearing, on the courthouse steps, they were told, “we don’t have any.”   If they have the studies we should find out. Write a letter to the FDA asking for the double blind, placebo controlled studies that prove the childhood vaccines are safe.

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The WHO

This is from Dr. Mercola’s website. Please write the WHO and let them know your feelings about the following subject.

The World Health Organization has started drafting a global pandemic treaty on pandemic preparedness that would grant it absolute power over global biosecurity, such as the power to implement digital identities/vaccine passports, mandatory vaccinations, travel restrictions, standardized medical care and more

The WHO is not qualified to make global health decisions. As just one example, the WHO didn’t publicly admit SARS-CoV-2 was airborne until the end of December 2021, yet scientists knew the virus was airborne within weeks of the pandemic being declared. The WHO also ignored early advice about airborne transmission

More importantly, a one-size-fits-all approach to pandemic response simply does not work, because pandemic threats are not identical in all parts of the world. Even people in the same region do not have identical risk and may not need or benefit from identical treatment

The WHO will accept two more days of public comment on the treaty, June 16 and 17, 2022, so prepare your statements now. The World Health Assembly will also vote on amendments to the International Health Regulations, May 22-28, 2022, which may also strip away more individual rights and liberties

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Life

In “The Writing Life,” Annie Dillard writes: “How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives. What we do with this hour, and that one, is what we are doing.” It’s an encouragement to live with intention.

This is a life lesson. Do you do things you do not want to do? If you read the book, “Dying to be Me” by Anita Moorjani, she said that she had a near death experience where she figured out why she “died.” It was because of her fear of doing something wrong. She said she had not done anything that she doesn’t want to do since she came back into her body, which at the time, was ravaged with cancer. She recovered. Let’s live intentionally.

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Spring

For those of you who are good gardeners, spring means planting a garden. True gardeners just love it. I have to admit, I am not a gardener. I wish I were, but I am afraid of worms and I don’t like to get my hands dirty either.

Nevertheless, if you are a good gardener, my prediction is that you will be a priceless commodity in the future. If you have a big enough garden, you can plant for the neighborhood and make money while doing it, especially if you are an organic gardener. Look into who own the food businesses in the US. And have you noticed like 11 food processing plants have burned down since the beginning of the year.

Some years back I said, we will once again have victory gardens. And I still believe it. I have learned to appreciate good fresh organic food. I want to keep my body healthy with organic food. If you are a gardener, there are a lot of people like me. Perhaps you can do this as a side business? Or just be helpful to your friends. I’m afraid that in this decade, food will get scarce. Plan for your family.

When I was a kid on the farm, my Grandpa planted a field full of corn, a field full of green beans, and a field full of black-eyed peas. We canned beans and peas. We made it a family affair. My aunts and cousins would come. We ate all winter on those vegetables. If you know how to can, don’t get rid of your canning skills. And some prefer freezers. Let’s think ahead and plan for our food survival.