I often talk about health being a choice. This means focusing positively on the solution, not focusing on the choices that actually led to the disease.
We make a lot of choices that turn out to be errors. But simply we do that because we are not aware that they are mistakes at the time we commit them.
So “health is a choice” doesn’t mean judging the choices of the past and not even judging the choices of who wants to keep following his own unhealthy path.
The world doesn’t need more judgment. We need more empathy, we need to feel into other people and embody what they’re going through. This means that we have to focus on the fact that it’s possible to reclaim our health if we know what to do and we’re willing to do it. And it’s always possible.
Here are a few examples of people healed with natural remedies:
- Ann Boroch: diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at 24. They say her to get ready for the wheelchair. She healed herself and have been healthy for 15 years now.
- Coldwell: cured the mother when the doctors gave her 6 months left to live because of cancer. Forty-two years have passed by and her mother is perfectly healthy..
- Evita Ramparte: diagnosed with ovarian cancer. They say her that the cancer needs to be surgical removed. Instead she healed and got pregnant. It wouldn’t be possible if she underwent that surgical operation.
The list could go on….
So, which one would make you feel better? Someone that tells you that you have 6 months left to live? Or someone that tells you that you can make it through if you really want to?
“Health is a choice” means to give back hope to people that risked to lose it.