Someone ( a close friend from long ago, actually) called me a sponge; an ugly one but still a sponge.
He went on to say that I kept picking up bits of information about so many different things that he never knew what I was going to say or talk about next.
And, if I am going to be honest, he was and still is right. I love to learn about new things (to me) and old things (that still work) and I consider what I learn as my own personal “Pearls of Wisdom”.
Many years ago (too many to count, honestly) I was into studying different Oriental and Asian ways of life, religions and what seemed to me to be, idiosyncrasies.
Long story short. I got into the whole Yin and Yang thing and this ancient philosophy of maintaining a healthy body and even healing an unhealthy one for a while.
That was a long time ago, and I have kept this kind of information in my mind always. But, just the other day, I read an article written by a fellow HubPage writer, on this subject, that I think should be shared.
So, click on the link below to open page to read this very good article, if you are interested.
Oriental Diagnosis and Medicine
by Don Bobbitt, 2015