Grateful for Learning new things

So I started taking this really cool class.

It’s called Herbology and I found out about on a fluke but so grateful I did. The Naturopath that teaches this class makes everything so interesting, so clear, and fun. 

She shares her wisdom with us, which I find is a blessing. I gave never enjoyed a class more than this one. I am learning ancient ways to help my body through the plants God has given this wonderful earth. 

I really love to learn about various herbs and how they have been used for thousands of years. How they don’t just treat symptoms but treat the body and get to the cause of the problem 

I love learning about what they look like how to identify them, what use they have. 

But what drives me crazy are grown adults who come to class so sick with viruses that they look like death or near death.

We’re getting into flu season, and with the number of outbreaks on the rise, there needs to be a serious talk about how to stop the spread of these ungodly germs. I know that teachers, bosses all preach the “if you’re sick stay home” 
I just wish people would listen 

Here’s some rules sick people should learn and honor. 

Honor thyself:                                                    If you want to get better, you have to treat yourself right. Stay home. Rest.

Thou shalt not hack as tho thou hath the plague or ready to expel a lung.                    I always feel bad for the hackers in class, but the constant coughing can make it really hard to hear the person conducting the class or if attending it’s hard to concentrate on the class
 If thou feels as though thou shall vomit, or have diarrhea thou shalt not go to class in the first place.                                         Kind of speaks for itself, doesn’t it?

Thou shall have respect for other mates in the class                                                         If you fail to follow this commandment, you risk getting your classmates and friends sick as well, which just continues the illness cycle. See it as a chance to catch up on your favorite show on Netflix. We all deserve a break once in a while.

Published by ChronicallyGratefulDebla

The body always knows what to do to heal itself. The challenge is listening and doing what your body needs. I was diagnosed with Osteoarthritis in 2012, Avascular Necrosis aka Osteonecrosis in my knee in 2014 and Factor V Leiden hetero, and Spondylolisthesis 2016 Health Advocate-Health Activist-World Changer Love photography, cooking, hiking, walking ,traveling and learning to live a new normal since my diagnosis. My Links Facebook Main Profile https://www.facebook.com/debbie.briglovichandio Main Blog www.ChronicallyGratefulDebla.com Twitter - https://twitter.com/debbiea001 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/debbiea_1962 and https://www.instagram.com/chronicallygratefulme Support Group Avascular Necrosis/Osteonecrosis Support Int’l https://m.facebook.com/groups/DeadBoneDiseaseAvn Awareness for Avascular Necrosis & Other Conditions of The Bone and Joints https://www.facebook.com/AvascularNecrosisAndBoneDiseaseAwareness/ Avascular Necrosis Awareness Day November 29 – working with elected officials to get this recognized in all states https://www.facebook.com/AwarenessByDebla/ Avascular Necrosis-Osteonecrosis Knowledge and Education https://www.facebook.com/AvascularNecrosisEducation/ Facebook Link https://m.facebook.com/ChronicallyGrateful.Me/

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