18 thoughts on “to good health

  1. Ark says:

    I would say: “On yer bike!”
    ( a pejorative term) but you would probably smile and go for a ride!
    ๐Ÿ˜Ž

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  2. ladysighs says:

    My desktop wallpaper is a restful picture of a forest with beautiful green (all shades) trees. Does that count?

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  3. Is it not interesting, how old wisdom is getting reevaluated when everything else fails?

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  4. renudepride says:

    Nature makes perfect sense! After the confirming restrictions and isolation following the coronavirus COVID-19 epidemic, open spaces and fresher air are uplifting options for the majority of us! Good post, my Kenyan brother! Enjoy what’s left of your weekend! ๐Ÿ™‚ Naked hugs!

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  5. Nan says:

    Good advice on the part of the docs. Of course, not every malady/illness can be “cured” by Mother Nature, but even including her in the “prescriptions” would probably help a LOT of people. (Now if we can just stop Humans from destroying her medicinal qualities!)

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    • makagutu says:

      You are right but for most people, nature acts as a balm. Refreshing. Reinvigorating. And of course healing, especially for some diseases of the mind, when they are not too severe.

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  6. jimoeba says:

    I really like this idea. I wonder if my doc could specify time off on sunny days, preferably mid week?

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