Drinking water lowers the body temperature - so drink to thirst.
One heart surgeon who earns credibility not only by running in several marathons per year but as well by his study
too much water in the body also dilutes the salt content.
The body has a hormonal response to hanging on to water.
Your body exerts considerable effort to conserve its water.
Sports drinks tout the doubling of sodium content in their drinks.
Not one person in a hundred knows that if you multiplied it twenty times
Front page NY Times article five years into the new millennium highlighted multiple streams of reliable information on taking in too much water. That doesn't mean drinking less. It means not going to excess. We obviously do not wish to overwork the kidneys, as most renal specialists and college professors do tell us, and we need to be even more careful of using resources, including kidney functions, when we're ill. Since common sense alone urges a flushing out of a clogged or microbiotically imbalanced body, all of this information serves as a powerful and instant set of lessons about balance.
Would you be happier if the left wing of the plane you're flying flew ten feet lower than the right? Would you like to drive with two huge tires on the right side of your car with only tiny tires on the left side? How about a bicycle? Can you imagine riding on a bicycle that had pedals located way out of center? How about a front wheel that's six inches in height and a rear tire that stands fifty-five inches off the ground? How long do you figure you'll be comfortable this way?
If you can see the brighter and more useful side of any one or more of the preceding questions, why would you think that your body is any different? Balance proves to have hundreds, thousands of useful values in your life. Just like in the old days, when special master keys could start any car made by a particular car company or division although each car required different keys, your secondary understanding of the word "balance" gives you masterful access to a variety of benefits. That's one way of trying to explain to you that you get to enjoy a broad range of benefits, some of them multi-faceted themselves, all from a single stroke of movement. Knowing that you have the brains to understand the words, how challenging it is to ponder whether you're moving past the meaning of the words and up into the meaning of what strings the words together.
Perfectly parallel to the joy of music. When you play a song, the notes that you play are truly less than the silence you present between the notes.
More than ninety-nine percent of us can be trained to play the notes to any song. That means you understand the words.
It doesn't mean we're going to enjoy listening to you play it; it doesn't mean you're playing the song well; it means you are playing the notes; you are capable of reading back a number or letter.
As soon as you learn to play the silence, it changes from being a song to being music. Do you follow this in a parallel to the point about learning more meaning than you now gain from new information presented to you?
It's a parallel because the same underlying principle constitutes a PowerGem, a single step that produces multiple streams of results.
Let's say you sit down and write down one hundred opinions, and you flesh each one out to a thousand words each.
With all that's required to enter a studio or otherwise record an opinion or an advertisement or a public service message, doesn't it make sense to slash the operating cost per unit by doing several, or even many at once?
By recording all one hundred opinions, we now have all these separate streams. Newspaper columns, a book you might entitle "One Hundred Opinions," magazine columns, and that's just the beginning when you consider recording for television, which can simultaneously mean internet access to add to the original hundred thousand-word pieces which are easily convertible to web pages...
Anything you do, everything you do, contains these kernels of multiple streams.
Make no mistake; they are among the most profitable of all income streams you can find, corporately and institutionhally.
From televangelists who raise staggering sums of money, to the ultra-honorable members of Methodist churches all around the world who shut up and gave not only money, but personal time, sweat, and sacrifice helping the Sri Lankan victims of the 2004 tsunami,
to the politicians who uniformly laugh at their constituencies in the act of provisioning themselves fabulously with money and food and insurance and health care and cell phones and privliges and perquisites despite their collegian rape of a nation.
From hyper-productive humans such as Paul McCartney or Paul Newman, to the King of All Media, Howard Stern, and people in your own community who get the message, there is magic waiting for you in the power of multiple streaming.
That means doing something once, and getting paid for it many times over.
Now comes the best news of all. In order to process it more efficiently, please prove that you understand there are people doing it better than you by taking a long deep breath with your eyes closed before continuing.
Only a portion of the population takes the time or effort to learn how to play the silence in between the notes.
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Like most humans, you are surrounded by experts,
not in their fields of interest, but in catching you in the act.
Sadly, we all get the same connotation of "caught in the act,"
as in, "caught red-handed in the act of doing something wrong."
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Get what you want by giving others what they most want.
Noticing what others do right is a magnet of power.
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When we see the immense resources available to us all,
it is egregiously offensive to see such profound waste.
Your life is rich with opportunities, in so many areas.
The Psychology of Shortcuts urges you to awaken.
The sight of you is no less than repulsive, disgusting.
Take control of what you have the power to take control of.
Thousands of excuses for failure, and there is only one reason.
That reason does not change from circumstance to circumstance.
Excellence is always the result of the desire to be excellent, true enough?
If we do not see excellence in your life, it is because of just one basic reality:
Your lack of excellence is directly related to lack of excellence in your efforts.
If you are not hungry, on fire, even, to help you to help yourself develop mastery,
what in heaven makes you think that any other human should care about you, either?
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The time, in this day, hour, and moment, is nigh for you to accept responsibility.
Until now, you have only pretended at willingness to accept responsibility.
You are the captain of the ship, the producer of the movie, ad infinitum.
It all means that you are the one in control of destinations on the way.
It is true that you have but little control in re your final destination.
Not so the many subsidiary destinations along your life course.
You decide the destinations, or whether to have destinations.
In that case, Life, and those who have their goals in writing,
these will determine most of the course of your lifetime...
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