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From: Luke Sartor (117.20.3.177)
Subject:         Re: A rewrite
Date: August 13, 2014 at 5:15 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: A rewrite posted by 69.148.49.95 on August 11, 2014 at 6:06 am:

My understanding is that health comes from things
that produce health, in both an individual whose
health is compromised, and in an individual whose
health is not compromised. If something wouldn't be
given to a healthy person, because it would make him
sick, why give it to a sick person? I take this as a
general guideline, not as something I would follow
in every situation, for every person. Perhaps this
is where modern hygiene differs from what Shelton
promoted. Hygienists today would recognise that
healthful living is about making the most
intelligent decisions we can make in regard to our
health. Sometimes medical treatments are the most
intelligent thing for a person of compromised health
to take. I like to think of myself as a modern
hygienist, and if a supplement or operation could
save a life, sure, I'll support it. However, I think
an important underlying theme is still to question
why the supplement or operation might be needed to
save the life in the first place: is it due to the
way the person lived prior to needing the supplement
or operation? How so?
I don't think a colonic is needed to save the life,
or even to re-establish health for someone whose
health is compromised. It looks as though this is
where our opinions differ. An aphorism that helps me
is, "Before you do good, do better, and before you
do better, do your best." Is a colonic or enema ever
the best thing that a person can do for their
health? I don't think so.
I have never heard of anyone for whom a colonic was
life saving, or essential. Colonics carry risks.
Colonics would not be available to us in an
environment without modern technology. Further,
using colonics or enemas may support the thinking
process that we can continue doing the things that
harm us, because there's a loophole or a “fix"
available. I don't support the concept that there
are loopholes, or that we can get away with living
poorly without experiencing the consequences. I
would recommend healthful living to everyone.

Luke

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