Structural Support? by Valerie Cheers Brown

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A torrential slide of pointless therapeutic consideration is hurting patients physically and monetarily. What would we be able to do about it?

Why does the United States medical profession and even individuals, believe surgery is the answer?

Have you ever often wondered why buildings from the Bible still stand even today many still do?

Have you ever wondered if we trusted, believed, had faith, ate right, exercised took care of our bodies and basically acted like our body really are the temples they are, why we would live LONGER happier lives free from pain, surgery, prescribed medications and used common sense?

Let’s use the Roman Empire’s structural engineering as an example of structural support.

Roman structural engineering was dissimilar to anything that had preceded. The Persians, Egyptians, Greeks and Etruscans all had great building design. The magnificence of their structures, however, was generally outside. Structures were intended to be noteworthy when seen from outside on the grounds that their designers all needed to depend on building in a post-and-lintel framework, which implies that they utilized two upright posts, similar to sections, with a level square, known as a lintel, laid level over the top. A decent illustration is this old Greek Temple in Paestum, Italy.

Corinthians 6:19 English version: “Or do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit within you, whom you have from God? You are not your own.”

Don’t you think our bodies are a temple and what we put into them is what and how they stay or don’t get stronger as we age?

Why in the United States do we think that as we age or get older, we are supposed to deteriorate or even be less capable of anything anymore?

If you build a building out of the finest materials wouldn’t it stand strong for a long time and as a matter of fact, over a period of time may even look better?

Well, don’t you think that what we put into our bodies and treat ourselves is how we will look and even remain stronger the older we get if we eat right, exercise and keep our bodies polished with nutrition of natural things?

Let’s visit what the word “natural” really means in the dictionary:

According to Merriam Webster, nat·u·ral   (năch′ər-əl, năch′rəl)

adj.

1. Present in or produced by nature: a natural pearl.
2. Of, relating to, or concerning nature: a natural environment.
Now, let’s take at look at what “natural” means according to food labels:
Natural: Food labeled “natural,” according to the USDA definition,does not contain artificial ingredients or preservatives and the ingredients are only minimally processed. However, they may contain antibiotics, growth hormones, and other similar chemicals.
Wow, don’t you wonder they the English language is so hard?
You think maybe it is because we have so many different meanings to one single word depending on how we use it? And, when I say use it, I do mean “use it?”
Why Is Healthcare So Expensive in the United States?
Did you ever wonder why healthcare is so expensive in the United States?
Did you ever wonder what would happen if people did not have so much surgery?
Did you ever wonder why say for example a person is in a coma, they are put onto a machine to help them live longer, according to Western World Science, but are they really helping us or hurting us?
Did you ever wonder if a person in a coma could come back what they would say they heard while they were in a coma to us while we stand around their bed?
Shouldn’t we be encouraging coma patients with nice soothing music or something rather than everybody standing around talking about, “There is nothing we can do, or family arguing and fussing about what should be done and why they should live or why they should not?”
Well, my grandmother Carrie Ishom Johnson was in a coma and she heard every word they were standing over her, talking about  and she fought even harder to come back when she heard the doctors say, there was nothing else they could do unless she had surgery.
My Uncle James, refused for them to take her off of the machine and when Grandmother Carrie came back, she told everything which was talked about while she was in bed in a coma and they were all standing around, like she was not even there anymore, but she was!
Why is it our decision for taking a person off of a machine?
Whose decision was it for medical society to even put them on their.
If they had known what they were doing, they would not have to keep anybody breathing when God is the only one who will help in time of need such as breathing on our own.
I really do believe this and what my Grandmother Carrie told me, states this case for sure.
My grandmother never believed in surgery and I don’t believe she ever had, accept childbearing, and lived to be in her nineties and right before she passed, in her nineties they wanted to remove a grapefruit sized tumor, but she declined and me and my mother were right there with her when she walked right out of that office and said, “I have had this in my body all of these ninety plus years, and I will take it with me to my grave before I let man do surgery on me and my body.”
Well, to answer the question of “Why Does Healthcare Cost So Much In The United States,” don’t you believe it is because of unnecessary care or unnecessary surgeries, or unnecessary using humans as well as poor mice as guinea pigs, using prescribed medications which “Do Us More Harm?”
I will never understand that if we create an invention and go to SharkTank with and it does not work as we say it would but side affects.
Well, why does the Western World’s believe that prescribed medications which have many side affects, are going to help us?
Why do people in the Western World when we have surgery still have pain and/or in a few more months are even years need again?
Are we not defeating the purpose in the United States?

 

 

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