Don’t let OPIOIDS put a price on your life. Your body is your prize possession. It is what you came into this world with and have grown up with, and it is the only one you will ever have.
- Do you love it, or are you ashamed of it?
- Do you say, “It isn’t like me to be fat, thin, unhealthy, tired etc.?
- Do you cover it up, try to dispose of it, carry it around like a piece of baggage?
- Or, do you live life in it, exercise it, cherish it, take care of it and clothe it as a visual token or yourself?
It has been said before, and we see it every day, that not everyone is really happy, really lovely, really successful in life. In order to change that, one has to establish some sort of harmony with the body they live in.
There are many things to hate about ourselves – our hair, hips, legs, noses, necks, whole bodies, etc. We show our disapproval by struggling to “get a life” in this strange world we live in. We plea for love (self and from others), for respect, fun, better health, more time to accomplish our dreams etc. We rationalize why this can’t be done, saying the future is unpredictable. Not so! We can change our destiny. Put the wheels in motion. DO IT NOW! It doesn’t matter what age you are, or any part of the world you are in. There is always someone out there who can help you, who have the skills to aid you in becoming a NEW YOU!
OPIOIDS are considered to be prescription drugs, and over the counter drugs. Opioids are prescribed by doctors for the money or just plain ignorance. They are usually prescribed to counteract pain, and given to people, in many instances, whether there is a need for the pain medication or not.
Doctors are primed in medical school to prescribe drugs….but it has gotten out of hand. It is now to the point of dangerous. Other uses for drugs include: heart failure, most inflammatory issues – which always cause pain, respiratory system failure, and the list goes on and on. Luckily, for the human race, most people in the medical field are now trying to put a stop to the OPIOID EPIDEMIC.
My advice – don’t let yourself become addicted. Take responsibility for your life. Transform yourself by awakening to God, his doctrine, and His Love for you. Take time to connect with nature, and God, and your inner self. Improve the quality of your relationship to others and life.
Become a NEW YOU! Don’t let the OPIOID EPIDEMIC put you six feet under or, turn you to ashes.