It begins with recognizing the preciousness of our Human life. Once we know that there is only this lifetime, only this moment, only our bodies to deal with, then we can take that matter seriously. The urgency of life allows us to look at the bigger picture, not just for ourselves, but also for others.
Health is not something that just happen to us, we must coax it, urge it, nurture it, and help it grow. Like a well tended garden, only we will know how our health develop. We cannot wait until something happens to us where we have to make a strong or drastic choice. We have anticipate, plan, and maintain a strategic sense of how to approach our lifestyle.
Without a vision, one perishes, so with this in mind, a sense of strategic cultivation can develop. Remember, we are all here to be healthy, and once that mind of health begins to develop, so do our healthy habits.
You have to ask yourself, how do I really want to feel and how does that feel. Be realistic. Ask yourself, how do you see yourself, and how do you want others to see you. Make reasonable goals. Create plans. Establish those healthy habits. Keep reminding yourself that it may take months to years to reach your goals. Just remember that it can be within reach. The goal is to live without stress and to have effortless health once the structures are there.