I am having a Great day so far. Zero Carb has never been better and my Spiritual Life is in full Bloom. Thanks to Zero Carb I have achieved a state of mental awareness like never before in my life. I am Focused and Mission driven. This includes all aspects of my life. I can only guess that the toxins that I have consumed over the last 40 years or so have dissipated to the degree that my outlook and attitude has changed for the good.
I continue to eat my usual fare of Fatty Beef Brisket, Barbacoa Omelet and Rib eye steaks. What more could I ask for? What more indeed! I just don't get tired or bored with this menu. It tastes as if I am eating it for the first time every time. In the past it was not always like this. Recently things have become routine, yet not boring. It is a little hard to explain the feeling. I guess that comes with almost any feeling........ go figure.
I am happy to report that I am getting more and more involved with my church. I have recently completed several training sessions that will allow me to Serve the my community including those in Hospitals, Nursing Homes and the Home Bound. Before Zero Carb I wanted to do these things, but somehow I managed to find reasons why I should put it off. Why? Why ask why? I dunno. For ME my new sense of "Awareness" has opened my Heart, Mind and Soul. I find myself wanting to do things I only dreamed of ...... things that were not possible in my former "shape". I have the confidence and attitude that I can do anything I set my mind on.
So I have been a (ZC)er for approximately 16 months. I keep being asked over and over as to when I will start eating "normal" again. Yikes!!! :
* I Speak, yet no one Listens
* I Explain, yet no one Understands
* I Illustrate, yet no one Sees
Should I throw in the towel? Should I say "oh chucks" and just move on? Absolutely Not! Although it may wear me down a little to face ignorance day after day and defending Zero Carb to those who challenge my WOE. There is that little glimmer of hope that I will reach someone. Just yesterday as I was walking by the elevator bank and I came across a Sr. Superintendent from another division. I had not seen him in over a year. I waved at him as I walked by and he motioned me to "come over". We exchange greetings and then his elevator arrived. I did not want to keep him and I said "have a good one" he said "not so fast". He stepped away from the elevator and asked me "What is the secrete to your success?" as he stared at my midsection............ So yes, no matter how hard it is for me to continue to beat the drum I will. You never know ........ you never know.
A blast from the past:
"You may be lost, but you are not forgotten. For those who have travelled far, to fight in foreign lands, know that the (ZC)ers greatest comfort is to have friends close at hand. In the heat of battle it ceases to be an idea for which we fight. Or a flag. Rather we fight for the (ZC)er on our left, and we fight for the (ZC)er on our right. And when armies are scattered and the empires fall away, all that remains is the memory of those precious moments that we spent sided by side."
Have a Great (ZC) Day my Friends and Zero Carb Family. Victory is always at hand, Battle On!!!
(ZC) Make your Stand