An Ecological Responsibility

An Ecological ResponsibilityIn the last few decades there has been a growing worldwide interest in the preservation of the external environment. Many organizations, such as Greenpeace and The Cousteau Society, have gained support from millions of private citizens as well as corporate donors throughout the world. This ecological revolution has been joined and supported by some governments who have taken steps to regulate the dumping of toxic wastes, to control the storage of radioactive materials and to clean up the air we breathe and the water we drink.

As a practitioner of positive health care, this recent drive to restore a healthy, sane external environment has been exciting to watch. There is no doubt that this ecological trend will have a positive impact on the health and well being of every living species on the face of our planet. And yet this ecological progress will be meaningless unless we begin an immediate massive clean up of our own internal environment.

The human organism, it’s blood, genetic make-up and body parts have become dangerously toxic due to the ingestion of over the counter drugs, prescribed medications, abusive exposure to cancer causing x-rays and radoopharmaceuticals. We have learned, by witnessing our own mistakes, that nature needs no help; even advanced technology cannot improve upon the natural balance of life if we just do not interfere. We must relearn that the human body is a marvel of creation that has to be understood ecologically. The human body can and does express health if we treat it properly, if we remove interference to its functioning and respect the laws of life.

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