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From: Luke Sartor (137.147.149.53)
Subject:         Uplifting posts, and the rest
Date: August 14, 2014 at 3:24 am PST

There have been a few ugly posts on this board recently.
When the post does not serve to build our knowledge and
insight, and support our fullest wellbeing, I don't support
it being here.
You can look at raw, at people, at events, or at anything
else, in an endless number of ways. I want to think, listen,
and make up my own decisions about them. Our control of our
own thoughts is important, and we need to exercise this
personal power if we're to sustain a healthy lifestyle and a
fully raw vegan diet. We can't allow someone else to always
think for us.
I find my ability to think for myself is jeopardised when I
read or watch an excess of negativity and abuse. There are
some thoughts that support me, and some that don't. Some
ideas help to nourish me by feeding my mind constructive
input. I'm finding posts by Harley don't do this for me.
This is my opinion and I believe it serves me well. I kindly
take to the phrase, "Garbage in, garbage out", and I think
it applies to our mental health as much as to our physical
health.
What thoughts are you building? What mindset are you
constructing? Thoughts can be tools for us to take us to a
higher level of health, or they can pull us down.
So, when I look at posts here, I attempt to extract value
from them. If a post simply gives me bad vibes and leaves me
with even a niggling sense of doubt about the value of
healthful living, I focus on something else. If reading a
post leaves me with doubts about natural hygiene, even a
hint, I choose to be wary of the poster, and decide from
there whether it's even worth my time reading their posts. I
choose to be wary because I believe healthful living can
change the world, totally. I believe the world can only be
the brightest and most joyful place to be when we unite with
health as our goal. This is something that I'm going to
stand by when I post here. I'm going to ignore naysayers who
say healthful living has flaws, or who say that people who
promote it have bad intentions. Cultivating this belief
doesn't serve me at all.
I can't know what anyone else thinks, but I can make up my
mind about them. The way I choose to make up my mind about
them has to be in the way that most fully supports my
personal development, and supports those who I care about. I
don't believe the naysayers who try to bring down the people
who are making the world a better place. They don't deserve
my time.
I want to extend this message out to the silent majority who
use this board and say: take heart. Health is wonderful, and
living well really can transform you. If you've been sitting
on the fence for a while, not sure whether to give fully raw
a go, I'd encourage you to do it. Immerse yourself. Find out
for yourself what it's like. Then, after a few months or
years, decide if cooked is worth going back to. You can't
find out what being fully raw is like unless you try it
yourself. Strive to apply it perfectly, find out what it can
do, then choose for yourself whether to continue with it or
not. Incorporate ALL the elements of health into your
lifestyle and see if it's worth it. It is for me.

Luke​

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