Updated: July 9, 2017 | 00:50
Today, February 18, 2008 marks another amazing milestone in My Serrapeptase Adventure. It is the first full day of my third year without prescription medication!
Although people might expect that I would mark January 3, which was the second anniversary of the first time I took Serrapeptase, for me, the second anniversary of freedom from prescription medication is, in some ways, even more significant.
As many regular readers will know, I have recently discovered that many of the symptoms from which Serrapeptase has rescued me were, in fact, known, and even expected, side effects of all the prescription medications, which I took before I knew about Serrapeptase.
Today, therefore, as well as being the anniversary of when I stopped something, is, much more importantly, the anniversary of the day something started: My life free of toxins… a life to be lived and not just survived.
My Serrapeptase Adventure has taught me many things and I am sure it will continue to do so. Today is, perhaps, a reminder of the most powerful lesson of all. My adventure continues to be dominated by the amazing gift of my improved eyesight, but today’s anniversary reminds me that the search for good health has so much more to offer than the freedom from illness. It is as much about new insight as new eyesight and as much about new hope as new health.
Every day, Joyce and Dave, (My Serrapeptase Adventure and the kindness of all those who enable and inspire it, continue to provide proof of what can be achieved when knowledge is shared as a gift.) rightly, remind us that Knowledge Is Power! I believe that knowledge, freely and honestly shared, is a gift and it can be an inspiration. Imagine what we could ALL achieve, if each of us accepted the gift and opportunity to inspire just one other person. To the world, each one of us would still just be one person, but, for one person, each of us could change the world.
Have an inspiring day and thank you for inspiring me.
Now, in 2016, I remain free of the toxic cocktail of prescription medication, from which My Serrapeptase Adventure rescued me in 2006.