For that past 13 years I've been working as a Janitor for a School. It is a clean place to work. (In comparison to a factory one can argue it's better.) But is it really better? In my personal experience, it hasn't been good for my mental or physical health. Working by myself at a place where I'm not allowed to express my true feelings takes it's toil mentally. Moving around for over 10,000 steps a day is a toss up. A toss up because yes it is good for your body to move. But there is a difference between quality and hindering movements. All my moving around has been causing me pain. I have the start of arthritis in both of my feet because of all the years of walking non stop on thinly covered concrete floors. I feel that my job is causing me to mentally sin because of the liberties they give the teachers allows them to do things that make my job harder and that translates to anger which in turn makes me think of four letter words I that I'm constantly trying not to say. I keep telling myself "this is wrong you shouldn't be saying or feeling like this. You should love your enemies. God Please help me, please forgive me, and Why am I being so selfish this is wrong too!" After that I get depressed. I tried combating this by listening to the Bible, Various Christian books, and prayer. Not saying that doesn't help some.... I learned a lot more than I did. But I never get over it.
I should look forward to Saturday and Sunday. But my job even takes those two days away from me. Because I'm always too tired to do much. My feet are tired, my legs are tired, my back is tired, and my head won't think straight most of the time.
The other day while doing some research on a Christian Singer. I stumbled across Pastor Bob Beeman on Youtube. Now I've been listening to some of His vlogs for weeks. I don't think any Pastor has got everything a 100 percent right. Because non of us Humans have things a 100 percent right. But I found His vlogs to be insightful. In this Vlog He talks about why, in his opinion, we need to be working a job that we are passionate about. Is He right? Well I don't know if He's got all of this a 100 percent. I think we got to be where God puts us. My Parents feels that God put me where I'm at. It's true that it pays the bills but I'm never happy. And the Economy is bad. Plus I don't have a lot of skills. For that reason I'm asking for prayer. Anyways here is Pastor Bob. You might enjoy some of His little talks.
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The only cure to a lot of things is proper diet and exercise, but mostly diet. Our foods are just too laced with stuff. And medications are worse. Natural supplements aren't a cure, but taken over time, alone with diet, your body can start to mend bit by bit from some ailments. It's not a quick fix.