Have you ever considered what is true health and well-being?

Have you ever considered what is true health and well-being?

"If the meaning of well-being lowers its definition to one which will imply we are merely free of grave illness and disease, we are seriously lost in ignorance. Ignorance is therefore the illness in this case."

Serge Benhayon An Open Letter to Humanity, p 88

There is a vast difference between true well-being and health versus simply being less sick.

Somewhere along the line we appear to have given up on the well-being, health, vitality, joy and harmony that is available to all of us 24/7 and our natural way of being.

Instead we have started to identify health as being less sick. Even when we are exhausted and need coffee to get us going in the morning we call that healthy because we don’t have the cancer or disease our friends have.

World Health Day is an “official World Health Organization health day”, that is held on April 7th every year and recognised globally. This year on their website the World Health Organization states that the main goal of World Health Day 2016 is to increase awareness about the rise in diabetes.

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Ill-health is accepted as health

Why do so many people happily accept ill health as health and have we lost connection to our natural true health and vitality?

"The rise of cancer and other forms of more grave conditions have obfuscated and or pushed the level of 'well' or ‘wellbeing’ to mean much, much less than it once did. In deeper reflection, it could be said that this is an indictment of a society that is losing its integrity, both in expression and in its true health. If it is not exposed and reversed, it will lead to a deeper trough of what will be deemed 'being well' in comparison to others and or other circumstances rather than the term 'wellbeing' defining and or describing the truth of the person at hand or in question. Further consequences of such a trough could arise situations where one may be hesitant if not concealing should they indeed ‘be well’, that is, a strong reservation to say they are well in the face of a society that has lost its sense of being-well and what that really means and entails. "

Serge Benhayon An Open Letter to Humanity, p 501

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