Hi folks, it seems like I do not do very much in life right now because I am home a lot and do not deal with the public directly like when I was working two or three jobs a week to earn a living. Now, that I am retired, but still working for my health and kids, but not going out and earning money directly. When one is 65 one just doesn’t seem to have the energy for work like when I was younger. I have not been paying much attention to music lately because I wonder what more can I do. I personally am very sick of marketing myself in music. So now I am enjoying learning about supplements and learning what they can do for my-self and others.
I started a Meetup Group for health success and friends to maybe try to help others in their search for a happy life. I think to have a fulfilling life is really
what is important and knowing one is contributing something honest and worth
while to our community. Recently, I
became aware of the Agent Orange Movement and the
The Vietnam War is still with us and shall not go away for a long time. How soon we forget and how soon I forgot about all of this. Now it is back in my memory and hopefully we can change our country for the better.
I really enjoyed
the Friday night meeting and the road down memory lane. You see, the
Vietnam War was a big part of my life too and I suffered many difficulties from
it. Since then and now, that I am older, I am more aware of health
problems, and I am sure it came from my efforts to fight against the Americans
being in the war, for I have number 2 diabetes and heart disease too. It was a
very difficult time for me for I had to turn against my own country and fight
the powers at that time, and it also destroyed my relationship with my family
for many years and still now we do not feel very close to each other, due to
our differences in views..
Also, a few years after the war I was teaching at
And since I have been active in my wife's company about wellness products it has changed my attitude to supplements and my own health and of course was the reason I attended the seminar on the conditions of the Vietnamese and Cambodian People in the
The divide between
the doctors, drug companies and patience’s is an awful one and it is not only
difficult for your community to get health care. I believe this it is a national
problem. If you have time please view Gary Null's movies on health care.
These movies shocked me and I think they are good for all who care about health should view. For me, our health community is somehow all caught up in test and not in wellness for the body is also a tool to self healing. Between the food companies, fast food restaurants, pizza products, etc., drug companies working for mighty profits are really an attack on our health and it affects us all.
These products may not be killing us but our making us all very sick. Shopping in the supper market is a test of survival and weight management. The drug advertisements on TV are a disgrace especially when they list all the side effects. Are they kidding or what? With the cost of food going up makes it even more difficult for all the good products cost more. So I have to buy less quality food.
Thanks you for your thoughtfulness and sharing with us
your story. I guess in one way or another we are connected through our
shared history and struggles, and it continues to be impacted by it.
The community members said they felt strong and supported by the amount of people who spoke and showed up at the event. This is the kind of thing that inspires me to continue to fight and serve my community. Through this process I have developed the deepest respect, compassion for people of war and violence in a way that's different from how I had thought about it. Their stories are mine, their sadness is mine, and their joy and happiness are mine; I have embraced the community in hope that they will embrace me as well.
It has been hard seeing them suffer so much yet have so much love for each other and continue to survive. 3 of my 10 aunts and uncle are diabetic and 4 have some kind of mental illness. This is both personally and politically to me. I have no choice but to seek justice for them with people, like yourself, who deeply feels and understands it.
Thank you for all of your support and we hope you continue to support the campaign for justice.
Well, with the election coming up I hope this will help you decide who is the best candidate to lead our country? Thanks, Greg Henry Waters