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Too quickly we tend to exhaust ourselves in the hustle and bustle of big city living. We hurry to this and to that with not a minute to spare. Hurry is forever stamped in the wrinkles of our face.
"Pain is the great monitor of our lives, ever reminding us of approaching danger. We are well advised to listen when it comes calling."
When we dismiss the needs of our body; when we fail to eat a well-balance meal; when exercise is considered a luxury versus a necessity of life; - our body will eventually cry out for attention in the form of ill-health and disease.
Nature is a great economist. She makes the most of every opportunity. After you are diminished from a life of poor choices, she leaves your wreck upon the rocks for all to see. Nature will, in effect, hoist her signal of danger high in the air in an attempt to warn others why it's not wise to follow in the same path.
If the body is softened from drink, nature will leave her red flag of distress upon the body in the form of a red nose, sagging eyes and a large belly. Though your life is diminished by bad choices and ugly habits, nature can still afford to keep you around for a time as a lesson to warn others who may attempt to follow in your footsteps. But you can avoid being the sad example through personal growth coaching starting today.
The laws of good health are fair and just. Nature compels us to recognize and follow her laws. We are given nerves to warn us of danger. Extreme heat would burn the skin if we were not instantly warned to remove our hand from the hot object. Gazing at the sun would destroy our sight, were it not for the sensitiveness of the nerves, which demands we close our eyelids.
When asked of his success, Humboldt said, “It is continued temperance which sustains the body for the longest period of time, and which most surely preserves it free from sickness.”
No well-thinking employer will keep in his office a drunkard or gambler. Men with these vices bring nothing good to their work or to the workplace. The very instinct of self-preservation should keep a man from ever entering the saloons or casinos, says a notable executive coaching consultant.
“My recipe for self-preservation is exercise,” said David Dudley Field. “I am a very reasonable man and have always been so. I have taken care of myself, and as I have a strong work ethic I suppose that is the reason I am so healthy.”
Exercise is indeed a great life-preserver.
When the pores of the body are kept open by regular exercise, the pores of the imagination are apt to be open to creative ideas. It is amazing how healthy views on life depend on regular exercise and physical management of the body and mind.
"Good health is the path to a long and happy life."
Although we cannot defy death, it is now well known that we can greatly delay it by carefully observing the laws of health, especially in regard to diet and exercise.
For long life, the best drink on the planet is distilled water. Fruits, fish, poultry, veal and lamb are much better than beef, bread, or salty meat of any kind.
Listen to the executive coaching consultant who says, “Man cannot conquer nature, but the best way to partner with nature is to learn and obey her laws.”
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"Don’t let your heart grow cold, and you shall carry youth with you into the teens of your second century."- William Ewart Gladstone