“We live in a world of instant gratification, the world of the quick fix.” We expect results now.
We want same day Amazon delivery.
Slow service in a restaurant receives instant negative reviews.
We want our medication to fix the issue now.
But is faster always better? Are we becoming too focused on short term results rather than the long term process and success?
While yes, the world is going this way and it’s not ALL bad, I do think we also need to take a step back and see where some of this instant gratification is getting us.
For one, I see it in my kids. Where has patience gone? Ha.
I see it in myself. If the wi-fi is down.. heaven help me 🤦🏻♀️ It’s terrible quite honestly.
Same goes for our health.
And I realize that I may get a lot of flack for what I’m about to say, but 🤷🏻♀️ (someone’s gotta say it)
We want those instant results with our health. I mean, really, who wouldn’t. I do. It’s our health we’re talking about. And in saying that, yes, there’s a drug for everything. A near instant fix for most anything we need.
But is that fix really healing us? Or is it putting a patch on a bigger issue?
The ways of this world are changing. People are rising up and realizing that there are other ways of healing the body.
Preventative measures. Reversing chronic illnesses. How, you ask?
And while these may not be instant fixes like we’re so used to, is it not maybe better in the long run?
I was at a health and wellness expo this last weekend. And my eyes were opened even more. The place was packed! People were hungry for new information. 📚
New studies. New science. 🔬
New ways of looking at health care.
Healing with food. Supplements. Oils. Probiotics. Microcirculation. The list goes on.
It was eye opening. (And of course, like anywhere, there were practices and things that I may not have been on board with, but anyhow, you move on.) In saying this, we have to look at the bigger picture. Drugs have helped people for years, and I am so so grateful for that. Yes.
But there came a time when I sat back and wondered what else was out there. And what other ways could I
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