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Disease and the human condition
All_is_One posted:
This has some congruency to Lupus, but this is a simple observation.

Isn't it odd that animals, generally speaking, remain disease free most of their lives? Generally, animals do not seem to suffer the plethora of diseases humans do.

So why is it that humans, who are organic beings like animals, so innundated with dis-eases? Could it be diet? Possibly, and to a great extent yes.

I have come to the conclusion that humans experience physical disease, generally speaking, because humanity suffers from serious mental/emotional distortions of the Original Thought of our Creator.

This Original Thought is that all beings, all situations, are ONE with Creator. Basically, to show Universal Love for Self, and others, is of primary importance for humans.

I understand people are coming here looking for physical solutions to what people consider an only physical problem. Well I have come to give a new consideration for everyone.

If anything, this new consideration that meeting ALL situations with the Original Thought (Love), will greatly lessen the distortions of mind and body.

Thank you for your time and I pray this condition known as SLE will become greatly lessened for all of you!!

In Love!

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