a reply to: berenike
Thanks for your insight.
Idk, I labour in what others consider a very dangerous career.Practicing due diligence, and taking ours lives in our hands is a regular responsibility
I appreciate your warnings, and take them to heart.I believe that having the best information is needed for practicing making the best decisions.The
purpose of this thread isn't so much getting others to agree with me, about some of these treatments I have in mind, rather presenting the information
as best I can.
It's up to the individual to choose for themselves.
My Opa went back up the chimney, to join my Oma.Cancer took him there, and he was well advanced in age.I felt disappointed that I was unable to be
more proactive sharing my knowledge with him, though ultimately he needed a vacation.I did what I could, there were circumstances beyond my control
that came into play.I try to live life with no regrets, and am at peace with him and my efforts to ease his transition.
I learned many lessons, and discovered many helpful ideas to consider for different things.Other's consider me intelligent, I consider them
gracious.There is just so much vanity in worldly learning, and sometimes a part of me questions what good this knowledge is, if I don't practice using
it to help others.At a crossroads in my life, I asked someone who I looked up to, "What do we need?", he told me "healing".It took a while for me to
appreciate the gravity of what he had in mind.
Others health isn't really my responsibility, their healing isn't my choice.I am responsible for practicing using my knowledge to practice making
decisions to the best of my ability, if I have any real hope of continuing to grow.My efforts in the past, have left alot to be desired so I continue
to fine tune my communication skills as best I can.
It's the little things in life, that go a long way to building a better future.This thread is no different.The difference from the past to today is
learning the value of presenting the information using different media.In my past efforts I have focused more on using simple print and referencing
resources on the net.Now I have a method that is more convenient, and leaves me not questioning the materials I use to present.My delivery before
wasn't as well rounded, to say they least.
Mind you, I only go into depth like this with loved ones.Those who I would describe more as acquaintances, I tend to point in a direction.I believe in
practicing Triage, and this creates its own challenges.
I had talked to my mother about some different approaches to consider.Friends of mine who have had their ears candled have spoken highly of the
practice and invited me to take a look at it myself.They told me about some places to try it.In my neck of the woods, Greater Vancouver there are
diverse options for alternative and complementary medicine.Our rich ethnic diversity, provides many avenues to explore from different angles.
The DE was something else, that others have had positive experiences treating tinnitus.
My mother doesn't feel comfortable with those options though.
Apple cider vinegar comes up too, looking into tinnitus.She is more familiar with that, so she may try that out.
I respect others opinions, and feel practicing free will is one of the major life lessons we find ourselves here for.If someone would prefer doing
something different or nothing at all, I practice respecting that.
I'm sorry you have been having health issues,lately.I hope you find something to feel better and get back to your old self.Keep looking, you never
know what is around the corner.
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