Those who smoke a pipe live longer than non-smokers?

3 years, 2 months ago

I share a partial agreement with all of you, given the above posts. (However, I don’t find this agreement to be a coincidence.) I would like to add, that I think the work and findings of Dr. Masaru Emoto’s studies of water are directly related to this topic of discussion. Dr. Emoto, proves the relationship between human "frequency" and it’s affect on water. (If you aren’t already familiar with his work.)I feel a brief glimpse into his work, or perhaps a quick google search, may shed some new light on this topic and also broaden a few horizons. And, possibly answer the riddle of why some smokers live to be ninety-nine, while some non-smokers perish at a young age from lung-cancer. I assure you it is very relevant! Emoto’s work really lends a scientific aspect to Shakespeare’s claim that, "Perception is reality." Although, I share some of Peter’s sentiment that, given science and spirituality, neither should be ignored! I hope this helps guys! Love and gratitude! :)

09.23.2011 at 4:09 pm

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