Fact Checking for Health
You knew this Unexpected Health tidbit was coming. I have mentioned the healthy aspects of this action in previous posts but today is the day to explain the benefits–the Unexpected Health–one finds….in research.
When I was in high school, I distinctly remember doing anything to avoid research. I found any roundabout way to explain my point without having to go to the library (yes, the library…pre-Internet dependence) and without having to put the time and effort into exploration. Now, I welcome the opportunity for a little investigative search for truth.
Now of course, there are many obvious health aspects to research: learning more is an empowering experience; you know, “Knowledge is power.” Doing a bit of research allows us to better understand unknown places, cultures, and lifestyles; and of course, being a whiz at finding answers puts you on the fast track to expansion. But the Unexpected Health in research is that the more you discover, unravel, and comprehend, the deeper you are traveling into life…and living life at the point of depth is healthy.
Learning, just like life, can be taken at face value. You can go through life being mediocre. You can learn the CliffsNotes version of just about anything. But diving in and living and learning from a place of research–of inquisition–allows for profound growth and optimal health. As you dig in to find answers to the more meaningful questions and find more meaningful answers to life’s more simpler questions, you experience a heightened awareness within your surroundings. So the next time you have the opportunity to discover a little more–to research–take your learning (and ultimately, your health) to another level…dig in and go deeper. -Until tomorrow, Jaime
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