Posted again for its importance. Let us imagine this scenario together, let’s suppose, for example, that someone wakes up every morning, grabs a hammer, and hits his right hand hard. This person is not aware that what he is doing is harmful, and he does realise the danger of what he is doing in the short or long term. Let’s suppose that such a practice is part of the culture to which he belongs, and it seems very normal to him. (It is a total hypothetical situation).
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This person spends the rest of his day searching for medicines to sooth the pain and cure the inability to move his hand, he writes about his suffering on social media, collects money for the expensive medicine, everyone sympathizes with him. His time, money, and effort are wasted in hospitals, and after years of this practice, his fingers were completely smashed and he could not drive a car or even hold a pen, and many associations now support people who suffer like this person.
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You, as a third party looking at this scene from afar, what do you want to say to him ?
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I would say, ‘Brother, Leave the hammer, do not hit your hand every day, then deal with the damage that has occurred, but do not create new damage. Leave the hammer, brother !!’
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But the change will be difficult for him, he will continue hitting his hand with the hammer today, tomorrow and the day after… and spend the rest of the day suffering and searching for medicine.
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Individuals with chronic diseases, what is the hammer that you strike yourselves with every day?
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Is it a food that does not suit the nature of your disease and your body type, even if it is healthy for others?
Are you eating chickens that have been injected with hormones and antagonists, and then you grill it and feel that you have done something good for your health because you grilled the chicken instead of frying it?
Is it chronic constipation?
Are your sleep and wake times not organized?
Is your mental state out of your control?
Do you smoke or live with someone who smokes? What is the quality of the air you breathe?
Do you chew food at all? (I have only learned the correct way to chew recently 🙄)
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All diseases have a cause since every why has a wherefore. Avicenna developed six reasons for health and disease that were mentioned in a previous post, and in the book “One of Avicenna Writings” which details each of the six reasons, and is available for download and public viewing, and it is easier to read than “the Canon of Medicine” book.
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What the person does with a hammer sounds funny and illogical, but we all do it on different levels and we must stop.
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Because it’s really funny and illogical.
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What is your hammer? (A question that requires great self-awareness 🌿)

Posted again for its importance. Let us imagine this scenario together, let’s suppose, for example, that someone wakes up every morning, grabs a hammer, and hits his right hand hard. This person is not aware that what he is doing is harmful, and he does realise the danger of what he is doing in the short or long term. Let’s suppose that such a practice is part of the culture to which he belongs, and it seems very normal to him. (It is a total hypothetical situation).
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This person spends the rest of his day searching for medicines to sooth the pain and cure the inability to move his hand, he writes about his suffering on social media, collects money for the expensive medicine, everyone sympathizes with him. His time, money, and effort are wasted in hospitals, and after years of this practice, his fingers were completely smashed and he could not drive a car or even hold a pen, and many associations now support people who suffer like this person.
.
You, as a third party looking at this scene from afar, what do you want to say to him ?
.
I would say, ‘Brother, Leave the hammer, do not hit your hand every day, then deal with the damage that has occurred, but do not create new damage. Leave the hammer, brother !!’
.
But the change will be difficult for him, he will continue hitting his hand with the hammer today, tomorrow and the day after… and spend the rest of the day suffering and searching for medicine.
.
Individuals with chronic diseases, what is the hammer that you strike yourselves with every day?
.
Is it a food that does not suit the nature of your disease and your body type, even if it is healthy for others?
Are you eating chickens that have been injected with hormones and antagonists, and then you grill it and feel that you have done something good for your health because you grilled the chicken instead of frying it?
Is it chronic constipation?
Are your sleep and wake times not organized?
Is your mental state out of your control?
Do you smoke or live with someone who smokes? What is the quality of the air you breathe?
Do you chew food at all? (I have only learned the correct way to chew recently 🙄)
.
All diseases have a cause since every why has a wherefore. Avicenna developed six reasons for health and disease that were mentioned in a previous post, and in the book “One of Avicenna Writings” which details each of the six reasons, and is available for download and public viewing, and it is easier to read than “the Canon of Medicine” book.
.
What the person does with a hammer sounds funny and illogical, but we all do it on different levels and we must stop.
.
Because it’s really funny and illogical.
.
What is your hammer? (A question that requires great self-awareness 🌿)