The saying is: "We will Not Heal until, the pain of staying the same is Greater than the pain of healing/changing."
So then we must ask ourselves: "Am I tired of being sick & tired?"
If we are then the next questions we ask are: "Do you actually want to heal?" " Do I Believe that healing is a reality?" "Am I willing to do the work involved in From there we must proceed to research our options & available resources for healing. Personally, I look at the teachings of Louise Hay & Dr. Andrew Weil. Their healing affirmations & meditations have made a huge difference in my life. This healing is not like some "Miracle" medicine that heals us over night, it takes time and patience. It takes dedication and as the old cliche states: "If at first you do not succeed, try & try again."We are not meant to be ill or out of balance with our environment. That is a condition of our childhood conditioning. What we were taught as children has most of us smothered in negativity and dysfunction. It has us out of balance and ill. Loving and respecting ourselves is what keeps us healthy and living a balanced life. Our mind is a very powerful tool, we must use it for positive thoughts.... If we believe we are not good enough, the universe will accept that and give us a life which proves and reaffirms that belief.
Our thoughts have power.....especially the negative ones, so be very careful what you think/believe, it could mean your health.
is a strong emotion, representing human kindness, compassion, and deep
affection. Love is unselfish and benevolent. Love is pure. Love is
self-directed and directed toward others. Most importantly, love is a
vital component for the health of your heart, body, mind and soul.
Now they are trying to control our water: Poland Spring and Nestle: It's our water! Stop bullying my community! By Nickie Sekera /. Fryeburg, Maine Sign Luke's Petition
My name is Luke and I am 9 years old. I live in Fryeburg with my mom
and our water comes from the Fryeburg Water Company. Nestle, the biggest
food and beverage corporation in the world, is trying to bully our
community into a 45 year long contract for our natural spring water in
rural Maine. If Nestle is allowed to sign a 45 year contract with
Fryeburg, they will bully other towns across the country in agreements
like this, too.
I do not feel that the 45 year contract is a good idea for several reasons.
1) The Nestle corporation has caused grief in many other countries and
I'm afraid they have already caused grief in our community. As Nestle
takes our spring water, our town's water must now come from an area
where an old industrial site once stood. If we want to drink our town's
natural spring water, we have to buy it in the store.
Nestle's water brand Poland Spring claims to be a good neighbor, but I
think when they sued the town and its people for saying "no" to them,
that is not a good neighbor. In school we learn a lot about not
bullying, and this seems like bully behavior to me. We do not want to be
bullied for the next 45 years.
I think we could have a
reward system and have them as neighbors for five years at a time and
make sure they stay a good neighbors and make sure our aquifer stays
If this contract is allowed to go through, I
will be 54 when I have the next opportunity to speak about this -
because that is when the 45 year contract will be done.
My children and grandchildren may not have a voice in this matter. I want them to be proud of me and I must speak for them.
That's why my mom and I are asking the Public Utilities Commission to
please not let Nestle take my community's water and pride. Do not
support the 45 year contract. Please protect us.