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Don’t lose your pie in the snow

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pie9I was talking to my cousin Susie today.
She told me that she made two pies and brought
them to friend’s houses for Christmas.
Suzy, “I didn’t know you inherited that pie maken
gene from Grandma”.

I told her about a story that I heard years ago from
my Dad about pies.
It was back in the time of the great depression.
My grandmother was a great cook and an even better baker
she made everything. Home made noodles from scratch, cakes,
cookies and everyone loved her pies,they were the very best,
lemon,cherry,blueberry, pumpkin and apple you name it
Grandma made it.

The family lived in Michigan and one cold, snowy, winter
day just around this time of the year my Grandma made a
few of her famous pies and placed them on the windowsill
to cool.

As fait would have it, one flipped over and landed in the
new fallen snow.

What a Bummer!

In our lives there is so much we see spill, tip over, or break
and some of us see only the lost pie in the snow.

I had a patient call me and say.” I am going into the hospital
to treat my depression. It’s really bad.  Saw a shrink and he’s
throwing pills at me – but they’re not doing anything and he’s
a fortune. I have to go somewhere that can remedy this.
I feel that I am being stuck in the same place without the
tools to dig my way out.” I am not sure I can hang on.
I am really feeling hopeless.

Well I know from experience that our lives are a series of
lessons to be learn. If we get up-set, bent-out-of-shape and
it effects our health in all three bodies physically, mental
and spiritual.

If the lesson isn’t learned, most likely we’ll have to repeat
it over and over again, until we learn it.
When it feels like a “crisis of death”, it is most likely akin
to a “crisis in birth.”

There are always ways to dig your pie out of the snow.
All it takes is the right coaching and education.

My dad and both of my uncles ran out side with spoons
in hand and didn’t let a bit go to waste.

I wish you the Best in your Health, Wealth and Happiness

I was talking to my cousin Susie today.
She told me that she made two pies and brought
them to friend’s houses for Christmas.
Suzy, “I didn’t know you inherited that pie maken
gene from Grandma”.

I told her about a story that I heard years ago from
my Dad about pies.
It was back in the time of the great depression.
My grandmother was a great cook and an even better baker
she made everything. Home made noodles from scratch, cakes,
cookies and everyone loved her pies,they were the very best,
lemon,cherry,blueberry, pumpkin and apple you name it
Grandma made it.

The family lived in Michigan and one cold, snowy, winter
day just around this time of the year my Grandma made a
few of her famous pies and placed them on the windowsill
to cool.

As fait would have it, one flipped over and landed in the
new fallen snow.

What a Bummer!

In our lives there is so much we see spill, tip over, or break
and some of us see only the lost pie in the snow.

I had a patient call me and say.” I am going into the hospital
to treat my depression. It’s really bad.  Saw a shrink and he’s
throwing pills at me – but they’re not doing anything and he’s
a fortune. I have to go somewhere that can remedy this.
I feel that I am being stuck in the same place without the
tools to dig my way out.” I am not sure I can hang on.
I am really feeling hopeless.

Well I know from experience that our lives are a series of
lessons to be learn. If we get up-set, bent-out-of-shape and
it effects our health in all three bodies physically, mental
and spiritual.

If the lesson isn’t learned, most likely we’ll have to repeat
it over and over again, until we learn it.
When it feels like a “crisis of death”, it is most likely akin
to a “crisis in birth.”

There are always ways to dig your pie out of the snow.
All it takes is the right coaching and education.

My dad and both of my uncles ran out side with spoons
in hand and didn’t let a bit go to waste.

I wish you the Best in your Health, Wealth and Happiness

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Dr. Wu Dhi has been a pioneer in alternative health care for over 30 years and a master of Medical Qi Gong. Dr. Wu Dhi completed his advance studies in neurology under the direction of Professor Sun at the prestigious Heilongjiang, University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Harbin P.R. China.
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