Life is not what it's supposed to be. Its what it is. The way you cope with it is what makes the difference.” Virginia Satir
Date: 1/12/2008 10:24:13 AM ( 13 y ) ... viewed 1373 times
Oh this process can scare the pajeezas out of me. From chest down (arms, legs, trunk, pelvis) are covered in rash and dry skin. The rash is especially red after application of the neem oil. The hands are especially itchy. It is so grotesque and the uncomfortable episodes can last for as long as hours that I want to cry. But who do I cry to? God for giving me genes that are weaker? Parents for all my woes? Myself for masking myself by hurting my body?
I don't want to cry to remind myself as a victim, but I will cry to let go of all the pains in my heart, mind and body. And I do cry.
But I believe. I believe so strongly I can succeed and overcome this skin disorder, which is in fact not even a disorder in the first place but an indicator of a toxic body.
I have heard many successful eczema fasters who fixed their problems in 12-30days. Their testimonies keep the flames of hope alive. I know in this world, I am not alone in my suffering; there are many people whose lives are plagued by greater tragedies--that is why I know I can do this and I have to. I have to live on and make this life a better one for me and everyone who walks this planet with me.
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