Germs, Foes Or Friends?

What have I learned about germs?

We blame many problems and diseases on germs, microbes, and viruses. Do you think that maybe it is time to make friends with them? I mean, they are so very close to us; maybe we have billions of them just crawling over us all the time.

If we learn more on how to get along with them, imagine the results. Maybe we can just let them do what they are supposed to do. If they are such trouble makers, shouldn’t we try to make peace with them?

I was told a long time ago that whenever I

came across a formidable foe that I couldn’t beat that I should join him. This is what I have tried to do with microbes.

I asked myself, what do they want with me? Why do they come, stay, and multiply and poison me with their wastes?

They are just too many to kill by an out and all war. But if I could minimize their growth, then there would be less of their wastes to poison me and make me sick.

So what have I learned? And what do I do?

I’ve looked at different theories on what germs do and how they affect us. I found this one interesting and have put it into practice in my life. Germs, viruses, and microbes are actually our


friends. Could that be true? They exist to help us. Really? They decompose or break down wastes, wastes that are in our bodies and on our bodies. So the more waste we have, the more of these microscopic creatures we attract! The more we attract, the more they feed and multiply and excrete their own wastes that make us sick.

So all we have to do is clean up our bodies. Do a real house (body) cleaning. We have to stop putting in our bodies junk, poisons, or anything that is harmful. Instead, we need to put in our bodies clean water and nutritious food. Do all things that keep our bodies clean and healthy and voila, the germ population decreases as there is no work for them to do on and in our bodies.

How many fruit flies do you see in your house if you have no rotten fruit? How many rats will come and stay in your house if it is clean and there is no food for them?

So let us not invite or attract microbes by not giving them work or food.



Article Written By 1hopefulman

I am a researcher, a writer, a poet and most important a truth-seeker in all subjects and matters under the sun. My favorite, all-time book is the Holy Bible.This is what I like to write about. Please visit often and see what I have discovered.

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