Living a simple lifestyle is the key to stress relief to help symptoms of myasthenia gravis..
In this day and age, living in this complex world of technology is not easy: The complexity of this world has taken a toll on the human mind, creating undue stress, as well as many emotional, mental, personal, and psychological attachments in the material world. For these reasons, profound human wisdom in living is essential to overcoming stress and letting go of all attachments. Simplicity is the first step towards detachment, which holds the key to unlocking the door to happiness. Live a simple lifestyle, deleting all the trimmings of life and living, as well as all the attachments that may have a negative impact on your mind.
Epicurus, the Greek philosopher, had this advice on how to lead a pleasant life: avoiding luxuries, and living simply. The explanation is that luxurious living may make you into a “needy” person whose happiness always depends on things that are impermanent and easily lost.
The late Robert Kennedy once said: “Sometimes I think that the only people in this country who worry more about money than the poor are the very wealthy. They worry about losing it, they worry about how it is invested, they worry about the effect it’s going to have. And as the zeroes increase, the dilemmas get bigger.”
The bottom line: live a simple stress-free lifestyle to help you let go of all the trimmings of life. A stress-free lifestyle goes a long way to helping your myasthenia gravis symptoms.
A classic example is Ann Russell Miller, a celebrated socialite from
, also known
as Sister Mary Joseph,
She, who had ten children and nineteen grand-children, had grown up in luxury
and privilege, and had been living a life of incredible wealth. Instead of
shopping at San Francisco Saks Fifth Avenue, and decorating herself
with jewelry from Tiffany, she suddenly decided to give up everything, and
became a nun devoted to living in poverty for the rest of her life. That
unbelievable event happened more than two decades ago, and was then widely
reported in the media across the country. Why did she make such a drastic and
incredible change in her life? She said she had a calling, a true vocation that
was hard to understand for the general public, even for the close members
of her family.
This 154-page book is about how to live your life as if everything is a miracle if you just don’t die as you continue with you life journey with the many changes and challenges confronting you, including your loss of vision.
Human existence is meaningless without life purpose and human happiness. The pursuit of longevity has been going on since time immemorial. Consciousness holds the key to the success of this pursuit. Consciousness of living is wisdom of the mind to understand the self, others, as well as how and why certain things happen. Wisdom in living enables one to complete the rest of one's life journey and reaching the destination.
To live to 100 and beyond—if you just don’t die—you must ask questions about life; after all, living is about asking questions and seeking answers to the questions asked, and thereby instrumental in providing wisdom or a blueprint to continue the rest of your life journey.
The objective of this 154-page book is neither to convince you to crave longevity, nor to show you how to live to one hundred and beyond. It simply presents you with the consciousness of living the rest of your years—if you just don’t die!
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