From Dr Josh who
practices in the D.R. (Dominican Republic)
We are so blessed to be doing what we
are doing. We have had a ton of awesome comparisons the past two
We are working to keep those people
under care, because without lifetime chiropractic care people cannot
live to their potential.
What we do saves and restores lives.
We had a lady decide not to commit suicide because she saw one of
our interviews. This is huge.
It is exactly what B.J. Palmer was talking about in the Big Idea.
What if we didn't have that
What if I decided to take the day off, or what if we had never taken
the initiative to bring chiropractic here? Maribel would have taken
her own life!
How would that effect her family? Her community? If I only saw one
person and it was her... I would feel satisfied but I am blessed to
serve humanity and the other 7 billion people who need to be
We always say that SUBLUXATIONS KILL
and sometimes it becomes just a thing to say, but in her case,
SUBLUXATIONS almost caused her to end her life last week.
The Chiropractic Adjustment Saves
I am one small part in the movement
but what I do and say will effect the lives of billions that come
after me. Of that, I am 100 percent certain!! These aren't patients,
these are children of god, who have been disconnected from their
birthright to live abundant lives.
Let's reconnect em all!!!
Dr Josh Thompson
Inner Beauty, Inner
Hello, my friends.
wrote, “There is no object so foul that intense light will not make
beautiful.” Though he was a philosopher, when Emerson wrote those
words he was simply describing the natural world. His appreciation
of nature was so great, he marveled at everything in it, and the
more clearly illuminated by sun or moon or stars, the more fantastic
he thought each animal or insect or blade of grass or grain of sand
Certainly, Emerson’s words are true in the context in which he wrote
them, but being an incorrigible armchair philosopher myself, reading
them instantly sent my mind spinning off into an interpretation that
perhaps he never intended, though one of which I feel certain he
I am, generally speaking, a positive thinker. I mostly see the glass
half full. I expect that things are eventually going to work out for
the best, and am fond of saying, “There’s a reason for everything,”
though often times we may have great difficulty discerning what in
the world that reason might be.
And so, when I read the words “intense light” in Emerson’s essay, I
could not help thinking about the clarity that can come from focused
attention in the present moment. So often, we find ourselves
functioning on autopilot, and when faced with difficult people or
situations, our initial or even sustained response may be to
classify them as negative, or ugly, or in Emerson’s word, “foul.”
Yet, there is in this vast universe of ours an organization so
complex, and so perfectly orchestrated and synchronized, any
cognizant and coherent person must surely see behind and beneath it
a supreme intelligence, a divine hand. Surely, there must be a
Master Plan, and if there is, surely everything that happens to us
must be a part of that Grand Design.
It would seem to behoove us, then, to the best of our ability, to
judge nothing that occurs, to accept people and events as they are,
and to look inside our own hearts for the courage and wisdom to
learn from them whatever we are meant to learn. We’re here to grow,
and everything that happens to us is an opportunity to further that
growth. If we can develop the ability and the habit of seeing the
world and everything in it from that perspective, perhaps we can
spark within ourselves that intense light of which Emerson wrote, so
that all things may become for us truly beautiful, and we ourselves
truly beautiful in return.
Wishing you health, happiness and peace,
Dr. Frank Bowling
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