How valuable is your Health? If you succeed at making a lot of money and having a lot of stuff, what good is it if you won’t be around to enjoy it. That’s right, if you don’t have your health you don’t have much else. Therefore, pretty quickly your health becomes one of your top priorities.
Such a shame that are recently the actor who played Tony Soprano passed away, the same goes for the father in the fresh Prince of Bel Air. Two very successful actors who died way before they should have. It makes me think about our health and it becomes very real. Some of us to even speed our path to termination with unhealthy ways of life such as drugs. I mention this because just recently after by the name of Philip Seymour Hoffman passed away. They found him dead with a heroin needle in his arm. So please stay and be healthy and avoid harmful activities that are clear detriment to your health.
You know I was watching an episode of one of my favorite shows Shark Tank. Funny all the sharks, are very much about health. You could tell by the dollar they are willing to invest, some of the things they think are good ideas. They like things that are normal healthy items. I think maybe it’s because they all know that they need their health to enjoy their millions and billions of dollars. Not to mention if you are in poor health the cost can be immense. Remember, I said that one of the number one reasons for bankruptcy in the US was health care costs or debts. Things can come up pretty quick, and they can cost you a pretty penny.
You often hear how “prevention is worth a pound of cure”. This is so true! Many don’t take it very serious until they had or have a major health issue.
Or maybe that someone did have a major health problem and they beat it. If that happened, I’m sure they are very thankful. They don’t want to go through that ordeal again. Not taking care of yourself is like playing ‘Russian Roulette’. In other words ‘rolling the dice’! You don’t want to chance your health or just wish and hope for good health. You can do things to improve or maintain your health.
Now, think about going to your doctor. You have to take time out of your busy schedule, plan your day around it, maybe the kids day too. Then you go, wait in the waiting room, wait in the room. Then you have to go pick up a prescription, etc… You probably don’t want to go.
Also, don’t forget about those who depend on you, maybe like your kids. We want to play games with the kids, read with the kids, go to their school functions, and more.
So don’t neglect your health and do your best to be as healthy as you can. Your health is too valuable; not only for you, but your loved ones as well.
Source by Matthew Bellinger