Saturday, October 22, 2011

Ian's Arrival

John left for Cairns at 4:00 a.m.   I heard him when he drove off.  I felt sick to my stomach when I woke up.  Too many brazil nuts, maybe.  At 6:00, I got up to do my Bible readings.  At 8:00 I got up and dressed.

Travis called me on Skype this morning.  He told me about all the wonderful treasures he has found for me to sell on Ebay when I get home.

Eddie came over to the office trying to talk me into bringing him a juice, but it was time for John to get back home so he had to wait.

I cleaned my room and cleaned the Lugable Loo.

Eddie got his cup of mandarin juice to break his fast.  He was given a small spoon to help him keep from taking it in too fast.  My lunch was avocado, banana with macadamia nut spread, young coconut, and watermelon.  After lunch, I straightened the kitchen.

I'm wondering about the media blitz to convince people that Steve Jobs died because he did some alternative treatments for his cancer in addition to some traditional treatments.  I think it is just to frighten people into accepting their viewpoints and to make them afraid to seek alternative cancer treatments.  Steve Jobs lived eight years with pancreatic cancer using some alternatives and some years longer than pancreatic cancer patients using traditional treatments.  Here's to Steve Jobs for thinking outside the box in this as he did in everything else.  Today for the first time I heard he didn't REALLY have pancreatic cancer.  The story keeps changing to fit their agenda.  From my point of view, I'd say he lived at least as long as he would have with traditional treatment only, plus possibly he would have lived even longer had he done more Nature Cure and less surgery.  Steve Jobs was a long way from being pure Nature Cure.

 I practiced my flute for a little while.  Then we had consultations at 2:00.  Eddie asked about his knees that have given him problems for years with swelling and pain from time to time.  Explanation - Wherever the body's weakest point is located is where the toxins that the body is retaining will be stored.  The primary problem may be somewhere else other than the knees, but the toxins go to the knees....if the knees are the weakest point.  If one were to have surgery on the knee, then the body would still have to deal with the primary problem plus the effects of the surgery.  It is much better to treat the whole person with healthy lifestyle and living foods.

We had supper early at 3:00 because John had to go back to Cairns International Airport to pick up the new client.  Supper was tomato, avocado, sauerkraut, and nuts.  I cleaned the kitchen after supper.  I made Eddie his mandarin juice and served it to him at 5:00.

John arrived back with the new client, Ian.  Ian was put in the cabin we prepared for him.  Ian is a 54 year old man from Sydney who has prostrate cancer.  He will be here two or three weeks.

I watched the Dr. Rupert Sheldrake video and knitted on my son's cap.  Dr. Rupert Sheldrake reminds me of someone, but I can't figure out who.  It's bugging me.

To health and happiness.

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