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  • OPEN FORUM DISCUSSION
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Mawnin, Great Risings. I just wanted to check the temperature and general consensus on this topic.
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Does it matter to you, whether or not your health care provider is actually healthy or trying to get healthy? Does he or she have to be just as healthy as you or at working towards this?
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Let's say you were diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, and the doctor then goes on to tell you that he is also diabetic. He then goes on to tell you about all the medications and the best ways to use it. He breaks down how to eat just like the American Diabetes Association says to do.
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Let's say you then ask him whether or not Diabetes was reversible, and he says "I've been diabetic for 8 years, not because I want to but because I have to."
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Let's also say that you then proceed to show him one of my videos saying "type 2 diabetes is a man made dietary condition and is absolutely reversible." Now he big mad!
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He then says "this guy is a crazy Quack and should lose his medical license for spreading lies."
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Does any of this matter to you? Are you fine with continuing to get health care from a doctor who's dealing with the same preventable condition? What do you think the outcome will be?
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Chime in let me know your thoughts.
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P.E.A.C.E
#HBAMN #FUBUCOMMUNITYFAST #TFL28
  • OPEN FORUM DISCUSSION
    #
    Mawnin, Great Risings. I just wanted to check the temperature and general consensus on this topic.
    #
    Does it matter to you, whether or not your health care provider is actually healthy or trying to get healthy? Does he or she have to be just as healthy as you or at working towards this?
    #
    Let's say you were diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, and the doctor then goes on to tell you that he is also diabetic. He then goes on to tell you about all the medications and the best ways to use it. He breaks down how to eat just like the American Diabetes Association says to do.
    #
    Let's say you then ask him whether or not Diabetes was reversible, and he says "I've been diabetic for 8 years, not because I want to but because I have to."
    #
    Let's also say that you then proceed to show him one of my videos saying "type 2 diabetes is a man made dietary condition and is absolutely reversible." Now he big mad!
    #
    He then says "this guy is a crazy Quack and should lose his medical license for spreading lies."
    #
    Does any of this matter to you? Are you fine with continuing to get health care from a doctor who's dealing with the same preventable condition? What do you think the outcome will be?
    #
    Chime in let me know your thoughts.
    #
    P.E.A.C.E
    #HBAMN #FUBUCOMMUNITYFAST #TFL28
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  • #Repost @theconsciouskid ・・・
Freed Black Americans exhumed the bodies from the mass grave and worked for 2 weeks to give each soldier a proper burial. The bodies were placed in individual graves, a 100-yd. fence was built around them, and an archway was erected over the entrance bearing the words "Martyrs of the Race Course." Some 10,000 Black people staged a procession of mourning, led by thousands of schoolchildren carrying roses and singing the Union anthem “John Brown’s Body.” Hundreds of Black women followed with baskets of flowers, wreaths and crosses. Black men, including Union infantrymen, also marched. “The war was over, and Memorial Day had been founded by Black Americans in a ritual of remembrance and consecration,” Yale historian Dr. David W. Blight wrote. 
It took three more years for the holiday to be officially proclaimed by General John A. Logan. The African American origins of the holiday were later suppressed, Dr. Blight found, by white Southerners who reclaimed power after the end of Reconstruction & interpreted Memorial Day as a holiday of reconciliation, marking sacrifices — by white Americans — on both sides. Black Americans were largely marginalized in this narrative. "African Americans have fought in every war that the United States has ever been involved in. It is important that more of us know the role Black folks played in the struggle to commemorate & preserve our legacy to keep sacred the sacrifices to end slavery & protect the North.” [Sources: David W. Blight/NYTimes, Time, PBS]
#MemorialDay #BlackHistory #Slavery #CivilWar #AmericanHistory #KnowYourHistory #Military #Commemorate #Honor #BlackMen #BlackWomen #History
  • #Repost @theconsciouskid ・・・
    Freed Black Americans exhumed the bodies from the mass grave and worked for 2 weeks to give each soldier a proper burial. The bodies were placed in individual graves, a 100-yd. fence was built around them, and an archway was erected over the entrance bearing the words "Martyrs of the Race Course." Some 10,000 Black people staged a procession of mourning, led by thousands of schoolchildren carrying roses and singing the Union anthem “John Brown’s Body.” Hundreds of Black women followed with baskets of flowers, wreaths and crosses. Black men, including Union infantrymen, also marched. “The war was over, and Memorial Day had been founded by Black Americans in a ritual of remembrance and consecration,” Yale historian Dr. David W. Blight wrote.
    It took three more years for the holiday to be officially proclaimed by General John A. Logan. The African American origins of the holiday were later suppressed, Dr. Blight found, by white Southerners who reclaimed power after the end of Reconstruction & interpreted Memorial Day as a holiday of reconciliation, marking sacrifices — by white Americans — on both sides. Black Americans were largely marginalized in this narrative. "African Americans have fought in every war that the United States has ever been involved in. It is important that more of us know the role Black folks played in the struggle to commemorate & preserve our legacy to keep sacred the sacrifices to end slavery & protect the North.” [Sources: David W. Blight/NYTimes, Time, PBS]
    #MemorialDay #BlackHistory #Slavery #CivilWar #AmericanHistory #KnowYourHistory #Military #Commemorate #Honor #BlackMen #BlackWomen #History
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