He turned the key again. No life.
This is when taking action to improve the state of our health becomes the most logical, natural thing to do next. Granted he was inexperienced, but there was Household appliances mould no excuse for ignoring the obvious. Nothing. Back when pizza, burgers snack cakes and bagels with cream cheese and butter were your friends you had no concerns about your health.”
Nothing out of the ordinary; just basic car safety and maintenance. Nothing happened.
He did take note when the odometer zeroed out at 66,000 miles and then again at the 70,000 mark a few short months later, but his thoughts centered mainly around how cool all the zeros looked. But why must we wait for the situation to become dire before taking action?
Being too busy, too tired or too afraid to address the situation just gives Toxemia free reign over your body to accelerate into a life-threatening condition or disease.
Sadly, the laughter fades when someone gets cancer, Type II Diabetes, Candida Albicans, Lyme or Gall Bladder disease.
Looking back, he had no one to blame but himself. The car ran like a dream and he went everywhere in it all the time. You don’t need anyone’s permission (other than your own) to have it either. He pumped the gas pedal twisting the key back and forth in a frantic panic. The young man jumped in his car and turned the key. You could drink beer after beer, down multiple tequila shots, puff on cigarettes, take multiple bong hits and get very little sleep with little or no consequence. There are dozens of proven, legitimate, inexpensive health maintenance resources available to help you right now.
The end came quickly one bitter cold morning.
Then gradually, imperceptibly, those same foods cause a negative backlash. Now, that same slice of pizza and beer settle like bronze paperweights in your stomach. Yet, the funny thing is most people are ready and willing to accept this slow demise of their health, citing the “natural aging process” or a “bad gene pool” as the reason why they can no longer sleep or take a meaningful poop. His mom handed over the keys along with a few words of advice:
“Don’t drink and drive.
Until it didn’t.
Until it wasn’t. Your knees and elbows pop and creak when sitting, or standing, while your favorite red meat goes down easy then comes back again and again in a nasty backwash of acidic broth.
Toxemia (symptomatic illness) takes a decade or so to affect your everyday life. His car had let him know early on that things were going wrong.
Misery always loves a house full of company and commiserating about the “good ol’ days” of having some decent pep in your step is something we’re fond of doing. There are no doctors or health insurance forms to fill out either.
If you’re human, you are worthy of having good health. Beaming, the young man replied,
“Oh sure, ma. As for the young man, he moved to New York City and joined the ranks of the walking masses. All in all, life was pretty darn swell for the young man and his car. No sweat. The brakes and suspension were super tight.
There preform mould once was a young promising college student who got his first car on his 21st birthday.
The first symptoms were hardly noticed: An occasional delay starting the engine; a sudden backfire here and there morphed into a stead creaking squeak in the chassis which eventually joined forces with a shuddering wobble whenever he braked hard.”
For the most part, it was easy. Once our disparate symptoms coalesce into a frightening diagnosis, a disease with a familiar name, the pity party comes to a screeching halt.
Things don’t usually start out that way.
To feeling much better,
. Fill it up with premium gas and remember to change the oil every 3,000 miles.
However, you can’t just walk away from a health problem, at least not for every long. There’s a certain amount of comfort in knowing that everyone else feels just as terrible as you do. But after warming up on the road, the car ran pretty much like it always had.
It doesn’t take a whole lot of time or cost lots of money to do regular maintenance on your health. Your body has ways of forcing you to pay if you’ve ignore it long enough. Period. It also didn’t cost a whole lot of money to keep the car running smoothly, especially since regular gas was much cheaper than premium and there wasn’t any noticeable drop off in performance. His mother had given him good advice.
Why the young man did nothing when he was given every opportunity to address the problems long before they became unfixable is at the heart of the matter