Friday, October 30, 2009

How to Change the World


I realize that many of us want to change the world especially those that know the truth about Upper Cervical Care. The fact remains however that the more we are willing to share that knowledge the more the awareness will spread. When that awareness reaches critical mass, action, actual system wide action, will automatically come to pass.

I know that many of the doctors, patients and advocates of Upper Cervical Care want action now but I feel that the best action right now is to continue to tell the story, shout it from the rooftops and the mountain tops, here, there and everywhere. Right now there are too many people and groups that will try to squash any real action steps, and will most likely succeed. It will only be when critical mass has been reached that the core paradigm will shift and those same people and groups will not be able to stop the actions that will spring forth.

That should be our charge: to continually, and as quickly as possible, strengthen this rising wave of change and then ride that wave on to the beach of a brighter future.

P.S. As Dr. BJ Palmer once said, "You never know how far reaching something you may think, say or do could affect the live of millions tomorrow!" Who knows how many souls have read or been told the truth today, right now this very minute, that has changed how they view their health. People that, had others not been willing to tell the story again and again and again and again, might not have heard it. Getting frustrated with the world and people today is normal, but change will happen faster only if we are willing to keep telling the story. There is an old saying that says, "It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society." So don't be well adjusted to society be radical, be different, be abnormal, be crazy, share the truth.

"It is not the final chop that brings the tree down but all the ones that came before."

Keep chopping away.

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