Ron’s voyage delivered him to his final destination tonight. I know he is in good hands and will be waiting for the rest of us to join him. Until then, we will miss you, Ron!
In your body’s duties to maintain itself and provided it’s normal maintenance tasks, a little know fact that most people do not know and probably do not care to know is that toxins amass in your body and stay there for ever until they are expelled. Many stay for decades. As you strive to clean up in order to detoxify, as in the case of fasting or juicing, these toxins come out of every pore in your body. To me, they feel like little ice crystals. My eyes, ears, nose, lips, tongue, underarms and everywhere else is coated with itchy little crystals. One’s derriere is a great collector for large volumes of these crystals into which one sits most of the day. I mention this because it is one of the unmentioned annoyances in your body’s normal tasks and one that is normally not discussed. Shower every day? Imperative! As the toxins are expelled, your NK (natural killer) cells can then attack the weak, sick and damaged cells on their way to consuming those cells that are not behaving properly (ie:cancer or tumors). It has been God’s plan all along but man has changed diet and lifestyle so much that it takes a strong effort to get back to where one’s body can do it’s job. I’m working on mine. You may have more time to plan. Think about it.
During the few days that I have been here, I have had the occasion to meet and listen to one of the best motivational speakers I have ever heard. His name is Ken and he teaches sound business practices to Muslim business people in Africa. He brings in professional speakers that teach business, motivation and, even English to assist locals build their businesses. I have heard Ken speak several times and it has always been interesting and motivating.
While one of the main reasons for this vacation was to go fishing, that was not the only one. I’m also here for family, fellowship and to seek God’s will. Because of Ken’s inspiration, I have a renewed strength and more determined purpose with which to direct my life’s effort.
As Ken concluded his evening’s story no one applauded. No one left. Everyone sat, seemingly waiting for more. It was the same the next night. Tears were welled up in every face (including mine and Ken’s). My time spent in Florida was a most enjoyable one with my loving family and a good close church group, and even a day of fishing. But what I take home from here is how much one man can be used by God to reach out into the world to touch people’s lives right where they are. I will keep in touch with Ken and his work during the future and hope that one day our paths will cross again. I earnestly pray for that.
This morning I woke to massively swollen legs and ankles. First time I have encountered this. I asked Gabe to call the doctor to see if I could get a prescription for relief. They will call back. After hours of inactivity, I started calling long distance to the doctor’s office. Finally, someone got tired of my bothering them and offered their solution: go to a walk in clinic in Florida. Too bad that by now the clinics are closed for the day (or the weekend). In the morning I showed up early to be the fourteenth patient in line. Yes, they would treat me BUT it would be $95.00 cash up front and none of that funky California medical payments. The doctor couldn’t give me a diuretic with out knowing what is causing the fluid build-up. That would take a chest xray, an EKG, and some blood work. Maybe a few days in the hospital is in order. My son, Nick gave me a couple of water pills and I dropped the water readily. I’m going to the doctor’s office tomorrow morning to see a nurse as the doctor is too busy. I wonder if I will get relief. While I’m there, I’ll ask for the thyroid test they offered last month and forgot. I’m extremely low on energy. I’ll ask if there is a way to boost energy without feeding the cancer. Perhaps I should be consulting with a doctor that is more knowledgeable of alternative medication for brain cancer. What do you think?
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