Everything is food
Healing is a matter of time, but it is sometimes also a matter of opportunity. Hippocrates
A lifelong book lover, I turned my fascination with reading and writing into a career as a social edification scientist. It might shock you to know that we “consume about 34 gigabytes across varied devices each day” or an average of 100,000 words’ worth of information.
How vulnerable are we to ongoing streams of social media posting, scrolling through Instagram feeds, browsing FB all day on our mobile phones which, if you ask me, turned us into the residents of digital world of distraction…
Latest reports show a 400% increase of anti depressant consumption, and the overwhelming presence of temptation and stimulation in our lifestyle seems to be the cause. After 5000 years of solutions for a healthy and happy life, our society is facing a void deeper than we think: Medical care professionals are in dire crisis.
Emama Guy was interviewed by Dr Gill Barham on The Vitality Hour and listening to their healing conversation, I realized, once again, if I ever had any doubts, that everything is energy. Every daily choice, as insignificant you might think it is, you make about what you eat, hear, watch, smell, think, feel, and talk, determines who you become next and the level of health and happiness you enjoy as a result.
What you eat, hear, see, think, feel, talk is what you sow now, and it will bear many fruits, it will be the effect of your choices.
After filming the Stardust hour we went to a Medics’ Conference, where I start thinking of what happens when at the end of their shift, doctors become invisible patients. I published an article in Sovereign Magazine if you want to help their noble cause.
After a day of breakthroughs and joy with the MTN Media Team, my evening questions are very simple:
Did I put a smile on someone's face?
Did my words heal somebody's pain? Did I make peace today? Did I forgive myself and others soon enough to move on with a smile? Did I say words of healing? ‘ Healing is a matter of time, but it is sometimes also a matter of opportunity’.