Tomorrow is actually Worlds Aids Day, but I wanted to write about it now.
I feel it’s a little poignant that the “Bohemian Rhapsody” movie has come out recently, or it’s just me. In fact I’ve been noticing that there has been a lot of QUEEN related things around at the moment. Although, possibly the most famous person to get HIV/AIDS (of which there are numerous) I don’t think Freddie would like to be remembered that way though. I don’t think he’d want his name to always be in connection with “AIDS Day”.
He was more than Aids…He was FREDDIE MERCURY!
Yes, I have been taking natural medicine to help with my leg, and it’s been working. Apparently this must be all a “placebo” affect though because I really wanted it to work. Apparently I didn’t want my “Western” medicine to work because I loved walking around in pain?
This has become a big issue for me apparently. I am a big believer in using both western and eastern medicines both together as they both have great benefits. I strongly believe that they both cannot work without the other. Some people I know are under the impression that when I went to my naturopath I was only feeling the benefits because I “really wanted it too work”. As opposed to the 3-4 months I was trying to get Doctors to give me medicines that wouldn’t just temporarily fix the pain, but get rid of the problem all together. During those months I mustn’t have wanted to get rid of the pain that badly? I am a masochist, without even realising and not even wanting to be one.
The most frustrating people I despise meeting are the ones who don’t like something or haven’t even tried a particular something, but judge it, and call themselves “open-minded”. While putting you down for using something when it has indeed worked for you.
As this clip proves, that tea does, in fact, fix everything =D
Uploaded by Heath Chamerski
Uploaded on 27 Jan 2008
A discussion of the healing properties of a cup of tea.