K2+D3

There are some common information needed about this combination of vitamins.

Vitamin K2: 8 reasons why you need this bone-building & cancer-fighting nutrient

Vitamin K2: 8 reasons why you need this bone-building & cancer-fighting nutrient by FactDr

Some people may need D3.

The combination of supplements could be of much beneficial rewards.

First, check with your doctor before taking as a supplement.

https://www.nutritioninsight.com/news/the-perfect-pair-vitamins-k2-and-d3-synergy-shown-to-amplify-effects-of-both.html

The good news is that many people could benefit from using the above combination.

Always check with a doc first.

Loveable Myths

Healers are people who claim they can cure medical conditions.

Or, people who are clairvoyant, magical and are able to turn invisable.

Saints who look like sinners or vice versa.

The gift or miracle that help the community.

Or a kind of enlightenment, an unexplained feeling of Joy or bliss, an intuition that comes true.

Synchronicity, a meaningful experience.

Deja Vu? The unexplained, a kind of positive way of thinking about harm.

Thinking about love is truly a form or central element in wisdom.

And there must be some love expressed in all these kinds of myths or beliefs.

Perhaps, love can be expressed in many ways, some that seem unreasonable or appear unbelieveable.

Sometime the love is more true than the belief but the myth can carry the love to the people who believe in the myth.

Dancing with words…

Wallpaper On The Smartphone

To find the best picture for a phone is a challenge.

Like any kind of photography it is a work of art.

The best examples are usually the simplest.

But they are difficult to capture.

This is a wonderful hobby and a much overlooked art form.

The Benefits Of Honey (Raw), Olive Oil (Extra Virgin), Sprout Bread Toast Before Bed

Wow does that taste good.

Sleep, health and good taste,

As always, check with your doctor as to whether these ingredients will harm you in any way.

Death Is Really Easy To Count

“Nothing! Count that as your experience of death.”

“Nope, maybe, death is like a snow storm, how can you count that!”

“I’m not going to humor you with, hallucinations! I’m going to die like everybody else.”

“Okay, but can’t you stop quantifying and just relate to an experience. Like a snow storm, then falling asleep in the storm and everything fades to white.”

“Nope, it’s nothing like that, or if it is, it’s like fractals. It’s like the answer a fully functional quantum computer will give you. Just input, how much is a death? Zero? One? All?”

“I think this problem needs more study.”

“You think?!”

Noam Chomsky urges Canada to sign nuclear ban | News – The Link

With the Doomsday Clock ticking forward, Prof. Noam Chomsky is urging Canada to sign a new UN treaty calling for nuclear disarmament.
— Read on thelinknewspaper.ca/article/feature/noam-chomsky-urges-canada-to-sign-nuclear-ban

A sense of urgency is present when it comes to COVID-19, pandemics, nuclear weapons, climate change, and other serious world problems.

Many of us don’t have a perspective on large scale change.

To change without needless harm is a challenge.

No sane person wants to act inappropriately on any of the above problems.

Leaders are asking for answers, no simple one here.

It takes a lifespan to say no to violence.

Bring peace through non-violence is a start in the right direction.

Study Epictetus

Like Socrates, Epictetus had his student write down his ideas.

Be either a philosopher (Do your philosophy, by applying good ideas to your life, you will learn to live that way.) or wing it.

Question what is within an individuals power and those things which are not.

In this sense, study, read, research, and write about living life (specifically your own).

To think about a life in this specific way will bring wisdom to apply on the day to day basis to improve or ‘cure’ the problems.

To ‘do no harm’ and apply the ‘proper use of impressions’ is to use reason to work out problems in day to day living.

“Conduct ourselves through life fulfilling all our duties as children, siblings, parents, and citizens.”

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epictetus