The Quest for an Abudance in Sunshine

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Animal I Have Become

“Help me believe it’s not the real me

somebody save me from this animal i have become.”

 

Lately, I feel like something is holding me or changing my personality. You’re encouraged to find role models to inspire you, maybe even look up to your successful peers. But all i see is a reflection of all my failures and imperfections. I noticed my life was taking a different path than my fantasy. Would my reality ever live up?

Eduardo coached me on some basic Bruce Lee jeet kune do. He was explaining about connecting a punch to your enemy. “You have to WANT your punch to make a connection with your target. Do you understand?”

I want to make a huge impact on my life. I think I’ve died a little bit every day, trying to understand the formula for abundance. Will i spend the next year working as a sever? Or will I find the courage to pursue a better career path and truly believe that deep inside me is a novel or something short of a masterpiece? 

What’s pertinent now is to change my perspective on my reality. I’ve come to realize that the horrible events that have transpired in the past have shattered my identity, but on a positive note, I am more sure of who I was. I know now where dreams come from.

i know that i have a lot of things i need to let go. sometimes i feel like i’ve forgiven myself completely, and then the next i don’t know how to let her go.

 

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You’re Not Sick – You’re Thirsty!

I feel like it’s my responsibility to share with you a vital routine that we neglect every day. Our body requires at minimum 2 quarts of water a day.

 

One glass of tap water equal to the amount of 8 fl ounces one hour before & after you eat, breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Periods between sessions of eating, drink a glass or two. To be safe, drink extra before a large meal and before bedtime.

 

I’ve done this for 2 weeks. I’ve had a boost in energy. I can think more clearly, I don’t get a quick to temper. Overall I feel wonderful and beautiful.

 

On my quest I found this book, titled “You’re Not Sick – You’re Thirsty!” written by a remarkable doctor.

 

Please share this piece of information with other bloggers you know. This will keep your hydrolic body functioning properly, not to forget to mention that drinking a cold glass of water helps to relax you, it helps to soothe your body, proteins and enzymes work more efficiently, it generates energy, it will boost your mood and help you feel great.

 

Don’t deny your body what it deserves!! Inexpensive, water is medicine as food is medicine..

 

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Lots of love, S.S.