2 Nisan, 5776
It's a new Jewish month, and two weeks until Passover. This is a time to cleanse our homes of leavened foods and leavened thinking patterns: Things that don't serve us well.
I haven't commented here much in the past week or so because I've been busy dealing with other peoples' crises. Some days I did a bit of triage, deciding who needed my attention most; I ranked the situations as 1st priority, 2nd, 3rd, etc.
Two-way communication was limited at times, due to the other person's unavailability. They were either at a doctor's office, on the way to or from it. Then they were busy procuring medications and/or medical appliances, or unwilling to converse due to pain or exhaustion.
It was difficult to serve anyone's needs as they sabotaged their own time and efforts.
They tend not to focus on the evidence that these diets minimize or end some health problems.
Change can seem clumsy, slow, task-oriented, and therefore unappealing.
The goal of contacting someone like me, or reading
Think of the situation this way: You get to be pro-active, grow in self-respect and just maybe feel and do better.
I can't promise that this diet or the other will cure you or minimize your problems, but I assure you that your self-respect will grow for making the effort to stop eating and drinking stuff that clearly harms you.
Clean out your thinking.
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Fill your life with sound choices.