We all need a path, or a plan to be healthy. At the end of one’s life, there are very common references that occur if you are cognizant that the end is coming, and you have time to reflect. One of the very common things said by those at that moment in their life, is that they regret having spent their hard-earned retirement in ill health (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5076725/What-people-say-die.html)
Makes sense doesn’t it, that one of your most likely regrets will be not having health. Or if you don’t think health is possible, not having spent your healthy moments in life doing things you love. Regardless of how you look at it, the point is that health becomes the most important thing in your life. Even those who feel as though they have satisfied a mission and a purpose, will commonly feel as though their work wasn’t quite done. It is why I preach, not teach… preach that health is the most important thing in your life to manage. Because through that you will find opportunity to win for the purpose of your mission. To win for the other things that matter… don’t make health your idol, make health your means to stay committed to what should be a priority. Such as God and Family.
So how do you do that? How do you make a plan for health? The first thing anybody needs to do in order to have a plan to be healthy, is to begin identifying the obvious things you do that take health away from you. Let me give you examples.
You watch TV when you actually could force yourself to work out (which matters if you aren’t working out).
You use the excuse that you have no time, to buy fast food.
You drink too much garbage, without having water. You Have to HAVE water.
You think posture is only for looks… which leads your spine and spinal cord to degenerate.
There are more, but you should be able to stay busy working on these for a long time.
So if you take up this plan of action, I wonder… how committed will you be? Have you seen my sign? My commitments are greater than my feelings in this moment? Life is full of opportunities to screw up, and we all do it. We screw up. But how important is your health? Will you regret your choices on your death bed, or will you say that you lived life to the fullest as well as the longest. At least the longest as it relates to how your choices played into it.
So take that phrase with you, my commitments are greater than my feelings in this moment. And go out into the world and win.
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Lets get this thing fired up!
Be well and be blessed! – Dr. E