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1/2 Health Thought of the Day (Reform and revolution) Shelton

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  • Bob Farrell
    1/2 Reform means a change of externals. Reformed is, thus, a patchwork program and is justifiable only when the thing that is to be reform is basically
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      "Reform" means "a change of externals." Reformed is, thus, a patchwork
      program and is justifiable only when the thing that is to be reform is
      basically sound and worth saving. "Revolution," on the other hand, is "a
      change from within." Revolution corrects evils at their roots, instead of
      making conditions more bearable by patching them. Revolution is a
      fundamental reconstruction or the replacement of an old order with an
      entirely new one. Revolution is imperative when the old system, like the
      medical system, is rotten-to-the-core and contains virtually nothing worth
      saving!



      Dr. Herbert M. Shelton



      Best,

      Bob

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