In 2015, you thought it made sense to just buy unhealthy meals over healthier meals. It’s cheaper and more filling.
It made sense to buy a new phone, or new laptop, move into a bigger apartment than it was to register at a gym or hire a coach.
It made sense to drop by the fast food or order in than it was to drive to the market to buy fresh food.
We all have just one life to live. So it amazes me when people push the most important thing in life aside, their Health.
I don’t know about you but I would rather invest in something expensive to keep me Healthy than having to deal with consequence of terminal illness in the future.
When you are ill, the car you drive, where you live, how many phones you have acquired will not matter to you or anyone else.
Stop treating yourself like a secondary element. Stop treating yourself like there is a potion you can drink that makes you immortal, make your life count.
Don’t you want to live a long Healthy life?
Don’t you want to have a safe delivery?
Don’t you want to care for your kids without medical assistance?
Don’t you want to have the stamina to run after your kids and stop sitting on the bench like a couch potato?
Don’t you want to see your kids get married?
Don’t you want to see your grandkids?
Don’t you want to wake up in the morning feeling strong and fresh, without thinking you have to drink one medicine or the other?
Do you really think that because your parents are healthy you will automatically inherit health without having to pay the price?
Do you really things that all the good things you want in life will come by praying and fasting alone? You will do dry fast for years and see no results if you do not do the necessary.
All the things you chose over your Health in 2015, will they save you if you develop a terminal illness? Will instagram matter? Will the Brazilian Hair matter? Will the new iphone matter?
During my short time here, I have seen loved ones die from diseases that were and are preventable. In essence, they died from misplaced priorities.
You have the opportunity to save yourself today, to make things right, to make the right decisions for you and your family.
For some of you, in 2015 you spent between 100,000 to 1,000,000 on things that temporarily gratified you. Really, sit down and look at all the things you spent money on, thinking they were important.
In 2016, invest in your health, your state of well being, make the sacrifice for you.
Go through the pain now, so that 10 years, 20 years, 40 years from now, you can look back to the day you started and thank God for a second chance.
You have just one life.
Where do you want to be in 2050?