I was listening to a story told by one of the speakers at my weekend seminar on Saturday, and she told of teaching at a seminar of very sick people a few years ago. There were around 75 of them gathered, and almost all of them smoked.
The speaker likened the seminar to teaching in the middle of an ashtray. She also felt that very few of the people were listening to her message of hope and healing. At some point, she pointed out that none of them had a chance in hell of healing as long as they smoked.
At the end of one of her days, she was approached by a woman who said, “What if I only smoke two cigarettes a day?”
The speaker said that when she heard the woman’s question, she saw her death.
The point that she was trying to make was that sometimes the answer to your questions is right in front of your face, but because you are fixated on something else, you can’t see, hear, or think clearly.
As a doctor, you give lots of advice, but the numbers of those who actually heed your advice are very low indeed. Those who do listen and then act, get results and often get tremendous results. But not enough people listen.
My ultra pure deep water pharmaceutical grade fish oil, Dr. Bill’s Powerhouse Omega Formula, can get you great results, but only if you take it. Talking about it doesn’t do the job, and putting it off doesn’t do it, either. And buying cheap, industrial fish oil at the grocery store, or big box store, can make matters worse.
You need to make a decision about your health and then, ACT.
Here’s a story that I think illustrates my point.
In an upscale Brooklyn pet shop, an elderly woman burst into the store. “I want to buy a canary, but it’s got to be a real good singer. I’ve got good, hard U.S. cash, but I’m only paying for a good singer.”
The shop owner began moving a ladder towards a small cage on a shelf about 15 feet up, near the ceiling of the store. “Ma’am, I’m forty years in this business. In that cage is the best singer I’ve ever had.”
“Don’t think I’m going to be obligated to pay for something I don’t want, just because you’re climbing up a ladder like a monkey. I want a canary, but it’s got to be the best singer.”
By this point, the shop keeper was coming down the ladder. “Ma’am, this bird is a veritable feathered Caruso!” Placing the cage on the counter, the bird burst into melody after melody.
Awed, the woman murmured, “This bird is a really good singer.”
Suddenly she screamed at the shop owner, “Hey, what’s with you? This bird only has one leg!”
The shop owner was unperturbed, saying, “Lady, what do you want…a singer…or a dancer?”
Make the right choice where your health is concerned, and get Dr. Bill’s Powerhouse Omega Formula, today.