disease

A Quote by Andrew Greeley on life, death, hope, disease, incurable, born, and end

We are born with two incurable diseases; life, from which we die, and hope, which says maybe death isn't the end.

Andrew Greeley

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A Quote by Andrew Greeley on life, death, hope, disease, incurable, born, and end

We are born with two incurable diseases; life, from which we die, and hope, which says maybe death isn't the end.

Andrew Greeley

Contributed by: Styx

A Quote by Deb Butterfield on medical, disease, health, and diabetes

The transformation of disease, as exemplified by the case of diabetes, is a valuable and elegant concept that serves to remind us that the tally sheet for medical science must carry a column for debit as well as credit.

Deb Butterfield

Source: Showdown with Diabetes

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A Quote by Michael J. Fox on disease, growth, and parkinsons

If you were to rush in to this room right now and announce that you had struck a deal-with God, Allah, Buddha, Christ, Krishna, Bill Gates, whomever - in which the ten years since my diagnosis could be magically taken away, traded in for ten more years as the person I was before, I would, without a moment's hesitation, tell you to take a hike.

Michael J. Fox

Source: Lucky Man: A Memoir

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A Quote by sam harris on drug use, prohibition, needles, clean needles, aids, and disease

Viewing the drug problem from the perspective of health care is instructive: our laws against providing addicts with clean needles have increased the spread of AIDS, hepatitis C, and other blood-borne diseases.  Since the purity and dosage of illegal drugs remains a matter of guesswork for the user, the rates of poisoning and overdose from drug use are unnecessarily high (as they were for alcohol use during Prohibition).  Perversely, the criminal prohibition of drugs has actually made it easier for minors to get them, because the market for them has been driven underground.  The laws limiting the medical use of opiate painkillers do little more than keep the terminally ill suffering unnecessarily during the last months of life.

sam harris

Source: The End of Faith: Religion, Terror, and the Future of Reason, Pages: 257

Contributed by: HeyOK

A Quote by Sherisa Dawn Johnson on ignorance and disease

'"Ignorance is a fatal disease"

Sherisa Johnson

Contributed by: Sherisa

A Quote by Walter Russell on health, healing, disease, unease, life, death, acid, acidity, alkalinity, sick, man, thinking, think, thought, consciousness, medicine, body, and matter

When it becomes a part of every man's thinking that a single thought can change the polarity of our entire body toward either life or death - and can likewise change its entire chemistry toward increasing alkalinity or acidity to strengthen it or weaken it - or can change the shape of every corpuscle of matter in the entire body in the direction of either growth or decay - then the medical profession will radically change both its principles and its practices with the ailment of bodies.

Walter Russell

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A Quote by Sol Luckman on evolution, conscious evolution, consciousness, divinity, god, healing, health, wellbeing, duality, karma, disease, enlightenment, 2012, mayan calendar, luminous embodiment, and ascension

The evolution from human to divine consciousness involves healing duality and its legacy of karma and disease at the cellular and atomic levels.

Sol Luckman

Source: Conscious Healing: Book One on the Regenetics Method, Pages: 143

Contributed by: Janet

A Quote by Walter Russell on ill, disease, health, mind, consciousness, sick, tiredness, balance, and universe

"If we think we are tired or ill, it is only because we have done something to unbalance the bodily conductivity of the universal electric current which motivates it."

Walter Russell

Source: The Man Who Tapped the Secrets of the Universe

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A Quote by Sol Luckman on karma, hologram, holograhic universe, duality, responsibility, creation, co-creation, creativity, source, disharmony, disease, illness, transformation, crisis, and opportunity

Contrary to popular misconception, karma has nothing to do with punishment and reward. It exists as part of our holographic universe’s binary or dualistic operating system only to teach us responsibility for our creations—and all things we experience are our creations. When these creations are out of tune with Source, they often manifest in the disharmony known as disease. This can occur not only in individuals but in entire civilizations. In both cases, disease, which is typically considered a crisis, simultaneously serves as a powerful stimulus for transformation and transcendence.

Sol Luckman

Source: Conscious Healing: Book One on the Regenetics Method, Pages: 147

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