From the July 20 post, by Tim Mitchinson, on the Christian Science in Illinois blog:
I love summer! It is a great opportunity to work in the yard, watch the kids play and of course, do some summer reading. English playwright, Joseph Addison, once wrote, “Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.”
Dr. Ken Pugh agrees. Pugh, of Haskins Laboratories, a science institute for language research, associated with Yale University, wrote, “Just like any other muscle in the body, the brain benefits from a good workout every now and then.”
Beyond simply building our brain muscles, however, reading can also greatly influence our thinking – depending of course on what we read. And, our thinking has a significant impact on our health. A more spiritual view of our life and health contributes to improvements in our overall wellbeing.
Josef Mack, of Creative Holistic Business Solutions, recently advised, “Medical science is starting to put more credence in how our beliefs and thinking affect our health. It is very important for us to watch what we think and what we accept as truth and reality.”
Continue to read Tim's entire post here.
This blog article was written and published by Tim Mitchinson, Committee on Publication for Illinois.