Radiasi wifi dan gadget adalah pembunuh secara perlahan, karena tanpa disadari merusak organ penting tubuh dan sering dianggap sepele.
Jangan remehkan akibat dari radiasi benda-benda elektronik disekitar kita, apalagi jaman sekarang baby aja udah pegang #gadget 😱
Yakin masih mau cuek?
Beberapa penyakit yang bisa timbul karena radiasi dari alat elektronik dan wifi :
- Tumor otak
- Sakit kepala
Kalau tidak mungkin menghindari alat-alat yang memancarkan #radiasi , maka WAJIB hukumnya bagi kita untuk mengurangi besarnya radiasi yang masuk ke tubuh kita
MCI menawarkan solusi untuk masalah radiasi #elektrosmog yang mau tidak mau akan kita hadapi setiap hari
Memanfaatkan energi dari kalung pendant series MCI yang memiliki manfaat antara lain :
1. Meredam radiasi #elektromagnetik
2. Meningkatkan #stamina dan daya tahan tubuh
3. Memperbaiki #sirkulasi darah dan oksigenasi tubuh
4. Melindungi DNA dari kerusakan (mencegah #kanker )
5. Menguatkan sistem #detoksifikasi tubuh
6. Mengurangi nyeri/kaku otot dan #sendi
7. Meredam #stress dan membuat tidur lebih nyenyak
8. Meningkatkan daya ingat dan #konsentrasi .
Harga pendant ini sangat murah dibandingkan dengan resiko kesehatan yang anda hadapi dalam kehidupan sehari-hari, yang justru seringkali tidak kita sadari
Penting banget pake kalung pendant bagi kita dan keluarga, apalagi beli sekali bisa dipakai seumur hidup.
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8.19.2017 // I watched a YouTube video titled "Hitting Kids" by Mayim Bialik. Although she sounds convincing, I need more information than just a 6 minute video of the topic. Reading the comments only made me a bit more agitated about it. She states in one of the comments she replied to, "I'm trying to teach us to think bigger and to use science to understand why we are taught to feel it's ok to be hurt by someone we love." I'm not sure if she presented this well or I'm not understanding because that's not what I grasped from the video. I understood it as whether or not we should hit our children as a form of discipline. So, based on that, her video seems one sided. In summary, she says that hitting shouldn't be used as a form of discipline and that we can raise children with exceptional behavior and manners without it, but fails to represent all sides to the topic. This isn't a disagreement, but she clearly doesn't see why she had to include the opposing sides to her view as she responded to a comment saying, "hitting is hitting." When we're trying to reach out to others in the form of persuasion, it's particularly best to discuss all sides instead of discussing only the stand that we take. There's a lot of comments sharing their perspective on the video while sharing their experiences too. There are some saying that hitting children is abuse. Plain and simple. But then there are others who are saying hitting children is more complex than just bluntly saying it's abuse. This is where I stray from the topic asking myself, "What is considered abuse?" It's a fine line we're crossing once we label something as abuse. //////////// Something to think about... I guess. Been thinking about a lot of things.
Even before I jumped into the "btb wagon" I have "locked target" my dream bridal and a specific mua for the longest time (I'm talking about more than 4 years?) but now when it is almost within my radar, I have a sudden change of heart. Is this even normal??! I need to MAKE UP my mind #punintended#decisions#stress#shitisreal
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"Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be known to God." - Philippians 4:6
So... college begins in about 6 days, and personal stress and anxiety have been at an all time high. I'm always amazed in times of stress when suddenly so many things are placed into perspective. For example, just tonight, one of my closest friends reached out to me in search of some motivation, advice and guidance (if you know me, you know I love helping people, and hope to literally give advice for a living, so I loved helping her.) While searching through verses to send her, I came across the one listed above and realized how much it resonated in my own life at this time. In just a few days, I move on, into my next chapter of life. Filled with a mix of excitement and nervousness, I must remember to take time to pray, not only for things, but to give thanks for the opportunities I have been given. With so many people not able to go to college, I must remain thankful. I find that taking a second and looking up at the clouds, reminds me of the beauty that is Gods creation, and how many beautiful things are around me, for which I should give thanks. I encourage you to find something that give you that same reminder, for everyone it is different, but for everyone there is that reminder.
P.S: I'm here for advice or a good verse if you ever need one, just reach out!