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The idea of a pharmacist who only dispenses wellness, helps patients facilitate their own health, and utilizes precision medicine when medication is necessary, is an idea whose time has come. #theresapharmacistinthehouse
Now That We've Found Love, What Are We Going To DO With It?
Our guest blog at ToiTime for 3-27-2018, borrows from Gamble and Huff's song 1st recorded by the O'Jays in 1973 and covered by reggae band, Third World, in 1978. Once you find love (health created through wellness), you can't keep it to yourself. Just like with love, you have to spread it around. Stand out to be outstanding, your health is your wealth. Cash it in. -slej
Geoff Byrd is an American musician. He has been credited as "the first artist to break into mainstream music by way of the internet. Geoff Byrd was also a high school social studies teacher and a colorist at Dark Horse Comics before pursuing music full time. He still owns and operates geoffbyrd.com presently and is writing and recording new material that will be released in 2017/18. Byrd has also made several documentary shorts on radiomysterium.com and is a voice over actor and director and editor.
His suggestions for healing naturally from depression and anxiety worked for him and I am pleased to share the video here. As Byrd cautions, he is not a physician, but these suggestions worked for him. I am not a physician either-I am a pharmacist that dispenses wellness, and I agree and concur with all 7 suggestions for they also worked for me.
And there you have it-you've been warned and informed!
Wellness is key to health, not drugs or pharmaceuticals.
That's a fact.
1. Turn off all of your devices (electromagnetic wireless microwave radiation)
2. Change the channel of your mind
3. Go for a walk
4. Write a song or prose to the rhythm of your pace
5. Be with a friend in person
6. Do something nice for yourself
7. Start a creative project
You don't have to be a wellness pharmacist or a health care facilitator to dispense this drug...love. It can make things happen. Dose it correctly.
I could listen to After 7 all day (like I've done many times over the years with their music.) But, this 2016 single from the Timeless CD really touches me, especially if you think of the lady that After 7 is singing about as health. When Jason sings:
I want you, I want you
I want you, baby
I want you, girl
And all there is of you
Every part of
I want you
I am sure he must have meant health to be the intended, and every part as every dimension of wellness (8)!
Yesterday my brother sent me a text message suggesting that I approach a situation (that I had already resolved to my own satisfaction) differently. And not so long ago, I would have actually revamped what I had already decided to match my brother's instruction. You see, though he is younger than I by 2 years and 1 month, he has long had a knack for comprehending situations from the root up. He's been keenly gifted with the ability to separate garbage from trash, and completely trashy from potentially classy.
Now, that's not to say that we have not had some arguments, periods of not speaking, and even some rock-em-sock-em epic battles.
But from time to time-actually pretty regularly, I'll think about the time, almost 18 years ago now, that our mother was dying. The erratic and deadly cells of CMML had shut my mother's renal function down to 18%, but she still found the strength to remind my brother and I to take care of each other and to do our best for ourselves and the world.
She died later that same day.
Edythe Urquhart Joe, RN, September 20, 1935-August 26, 2000
Neither my brother or I are in the habit of breaking our promises.
And besides, somehow I think my mother still continues to nourish our lives.
Nota Bena: Photo, Easter, early 1970s, l-r, my brother Gary, Mommy, and myself (Daddy was the photographer), Coatesville, PA
Helping you to open your own Wellness Window®. Laughs, love, and light all ways shine in this window. Chronic disease goes out while wellness comes in. Health shouldn't be a pain.