A Healthy Life

E un trend mai nou sa complicam foarte mult lucrurile, fie ca trebuie fie ca nu trebuie, cu rost sau fara rost. Am preluat articolul asta (askmen.com) tocmai in ideea de a ne intoarce la lucruile de baza and to keep it simple. Desi stiam ce presupune a healthy life si avantajele pe care le are, citind articolul, it all became clear once again. Mi-a readus in fata ceea ce conteaza. E putin lung, e si in engleza, deci aici e punctul in care daca vrei sa te opresti, baga-ti picioarele spune TL; DR and fuck this shit. Daca conteaza pentru tine si esti interesat, lectura placuta. 🙂

With the arrival of spring, it’s typical for people to establish new disciplines  (at least temporarily), but the new season is also a reminder that time is  passing relentlessly. With every nanosecond, we all get a little closer to  death. Yes, I said it. And don’t say I’m being a downer – this is reality  speaking. Most people meander through life as if death isn’t coming. We wait,  hesitate, procrastinate and blow off life-altering opportunities all the time.  Our goals, ideas and aspirations are put on hold for some ideal moment in the  distant future. Why and for what? Most often it’s because we’re scared to live  at our full potential.

How can you make the present day worthwhile?

I’m here to tell you that  your life on this earth is precious and shorter than you think. Turning 50 a few  years back proved that to me. I swear it feels like I was in high school 10  minutes ago. As we get older, change can become more daunting with every passing  day. You don’t have to be at midlife for this to be true. Teenagers get just as  stuck as people in their 50s and 60s. I’ve seen people give up and throw in the  towel at all ages. We’ve all been witness to the tragedies of misguided lives.  The hope and optimism of childhood gives way to despair and disappointment with  one bad experience after another. It’s the saddest thing in the world. Maybe you  know what I’m talking about.

If you think this is too hard for you, you’re wrong

Is there hope for  the fallen? Can we turn it around after years of wasting time, procrastinating,  plenty of hardship and waiting for the right moment that never comes?
Hell, yes!
The good news is that you can have the life you  dreamed of as a kid without meds and therapy. Step one is moving. It doesn’t  really matter how you move. What matters is that you do. Step two involves eating  healthy food, whole food that feeds the body, spirit and especially the  mind. The garbage this country eats most of the time is killing us. Junk food  and fast food (also known as food porn) do not fuel our desire to grow,  learn and change. They keep us in a state of flux and despair. If you have  problems, procrastinate and feel stuck in general, odds are you’re overweight,  out of shape and eat junk.

It’s not the outside world – It’s you.

The deck is stacked against you  at this point. Your brain can’t function to solve problems properly if you’re  feeding your mouth tons of sugar and grease. If you like this life of quiet  desperation, then continue to spend endless hours sitting around. If  procrastination, sadness,  depression, low self-esteem and a state of malaise fit your lifestyle, then  continue to eat candy, cupcakes, high-fructose corn syrup, fried food, saturated  fats, soda, processed carbs, hot dogs and tons of cheese on your pepperoni  pizza. Nobody gets away with making lame choices in this world. Sooner or later  (turns out later comes sooner than you thought), your bad behavior will ruin  your life.
On the other hand, good behavior can and will save your life.  It’ll give you the opportunity to turn misery into joy and happiness, things we  all seek. Authentic joy and happiness come from treating ourselves and others  with respect and civility. Adult toys (cars, homes, jewelry, etc.), prestige,  money and looks are usually a means to short-term pleasures. These things feed  the ego. The ego isn’t real. It’s your desire to create a false you to present  to the world – but that’s just smoke and mirrors making you feel better than  someone else. It’s poison.
What is good behavior? You know exactly what  it is by now. It’s a matter of whether you want to practice it consistently or  not. The more disciplined you are, the fewer problems you’ll have. Honestly! For  real! Life will still come at you at a million miles an hour and the issues in  your life will still exist, but when you exercise  and eat right, you create the brain chemistry of a person who can deal with  issues, problems and challenges productively and happily. Other variables like  proper sleep and stress management skills play a roll as well, but the  foundation of „the good life” comes from the two things that make you a joyous,  happy human being: exercise and healthy food. Period.
The clock is  ticking and your death is inevitable, so while you’re here, why not take the  first steps toward a better life. Get off the fence, ask for help, start moving,  eat your veggies, enjoy the journey, enjoy the power of right now, push play and  experience the life you desire and deserve.

It.s not the outside world, it.s you – e concluzia cu care am ramas eu; cuvintele astea m-au dus cu gandul la „daca vrei ca lucrurile sa se schimbe, tu trebuie sa te schimbi” si la urma urmei, noi dictam ritmul vietii, intensitatea si in final fericirea. Simple and easy, yet complicated and hard.



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