In a letter to Morris Raphael Cohen, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy of the City of New York. Albert Einstein defended his controversial appointment of Bertrand Russell to a teaching position, March 19, 1940.
‘”GREAT SPIRITS have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds. The mediocre mind is incapable of understanding the man who refuses to bow blindly to conventional prejudices and chooses instead to express his opinions courageously and honestly.”
Depending on what source you use, somewhere between 2 out of 3 and 3 out of 4 of the people in your family now die from cancer and heart disease in America. Somewhere between 1 out of 2 and 1 out of 3 will be incapable of taking care of themselves after age 65. 1 out of 4 will not remember their family or the past. In addition, antibiotic abuse by M.D.’s has caused an outbreak of new bacteria that are now killing 60-90,000 people per year and growing. Disease, confusion, and despair are present in our society in great abundance. . .
Choosing to follow the same medical philosophy and technology as everyone else in America is choosing to follow others down a pathway of transgression and through a trail of tears towards almost certain doom and destruction.
Stop bowing blindly to the mediocre minds. This can only lead to a mediocre life at best. Based on the facts, following the crowd at this point would literally be insane.
Instead, head ISO degrees in the other direction. Aim high by reaching beyond mediocrity. Accept nothing less than 100% of your God-given health potential. A level that can only be reached through daily focus on improved function and removing all interference to how God created your body to naturally work.
By instead choosing a safer, saner, natural Chiropractic approach to Life and health you become the GREAT SPIRIT, expressing yourself honestly and courageously.
“All I want to know are God’s thoughts. The rest arc just details. ”