Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Quotation of the Day

....that he who eats till he is sick must fast till he is well.

That is a Hebrew proverb, and it has to do with a lot
more than food. Look to see what behaviors you are
indulging in over and over again that are clearly not
serving you. Then, go on a "bad habit diet."
I mean it. I'm not kidding, Pick one bad habit, one
bad behavior, a day for five days. You can do this.
Stop doing the stuff you're doing that obviously
does not serve you--or others.
This friendly "nudge" came from your Self, you know...

This message came from Neale Donald Walsh.  I found it incredibly profound and relevant to me and wanted to share it.  Reading this brought to my attention ways in which I indulge myself to an unhealthy level and how this is inhibiting in multiple aspects of my life.  As the quotation says over eating is an easy one identify and understand its consequence however, the more subtle over-indulgences are difficult to isolate, identify and understand the extent of their ramification.  

I know that when I don't want to do something I often fail to overcome that feeling and accomplish the task.  This is the most obvious bad habit that I must diet.  I am confident this discovery will reveal more diets I require.  

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Love you all,

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