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“Men occasionally stumble on the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing had happened.”

Sir Winston Churchill


With so many resources available to us, we have a significant opportunity to share knowledge and use it to improve our lives. Books and professional research enlighten us on how we can improve our health physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually. While we must practice discernment in considering the validity of the claims (ie make sure it has undergone peer review, etc), we can use proven information. As we contemplate fresh starts and habits during the first full week of the new year, let’s consider putting good knowledge into practice. As knowledge is power, it can boost our confidence to use it and continue even when we face people who doubt in their limited knowledge or we can’t see immediately the positive outcome. Most importantly, rather than running from the truth, we can run with it as we move forward constantly growing.


For a health related resource, I recommend newsletters from Mayo Clinic. They have ones catered to mental health, heart health, digestive health and general health. Their notes make a good starting place on learning details.