We are what we do. We are not what we think, or what we feel, or what we say, we are what we do. Actions do indeed speak louder than words is one of those undeniable life lessons.
Here is what I’ve concluded:
Do you outsource your responsibilities? Are you also doing it for the management of your rights and your health? Are you still doing it for your properties or investment and your standards?
Are you ok with no accountability from your suppliers? And they dictate your life while you fool yourself thinking that they work for you? Are you too afraid to fire your doctor? Your lawyer? Your investment advisor? Your boss? Should your government NOT be held accountable for destroying everything it has been hired to protect?
Well, if you’ve answered yes to the above, you’ve got EXACTLY what you asked for and deserve.
The global bottled water market size was valued at USD 217.66 billion in 2020 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.1% from 2021 to 2028.
Now how about the problems this industry creates?
In the article entitled “Top Three Reasons to Avoid Bottled Water” we discover these facts:
- The cost
- The Myth: Bottle water is purer than tap water
So what can we do to make sure this industry does not grow bigger?
Maybe we should consider to never ever buy bottled water. Here is one solution.
Can You Manage Your Mind?
When your mind is unmanaged, it tends to focus on what’s not right.
A Look Inside Your Body With Face Mapping.
A 3,000 year-old Chinese practice called face mapping is one way to measure your gut health.
According to Dr. Anthony Youn, a holistic plastic surgeon, the health of the gut is often revealed by the health of the skin. And although he doesn’t believe face mapping is always accurate, he says it’s useful for those who want to get to the root cause of their skin issues.
Read the full article from Dave Asprey.
“Science is the belief in the ignorance of the experts.” — Richard Feynman
Richard Feynman, an educator and a Nobel prize-winner in physics stated that “Science is the belief in the ignorance of experts”. He was referring to consensus science, the modern type of political science which determines policies through the weight of expert consensus. It is not empirical science. Real science subjects itself to scrutiny – in fact, it welcomes it.
In context, here’s what Freyman wrote:
“We have many studies in teaching, for example, in which people make observations and they make lists and they do statistics, but they do not thereby become established science, established knowledge. They are merely an imitative form of science…The result of this pseudoscientific imitation is to produce experts, which many of you are – experts. You teachers who are really teaching children at the bottom of the heap, maybe you can doubt the experts once in a while. Learn from science that you must doubt the experts. As a matter of fact, I can also define science another way: Science is the belief in the ignorance of experts.” 1
Here is the source of this nice article.