Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD
As you become healthier (hungrier) by eating less,
down to the optimal amount, the world will know it because the world will hear your stomach
and start to fear you. Consequently, the world will be attempting to use your dearest friends
as a means of attacking and trashing your heart.
Please consider using the following script as your strategy that will help you defend your heart from
the world without hurting your friends and family, who are being unwittingly used to attack your heart.
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and to direct others to this page so that they may also become strong guardians of their hearts.
How to Guard Your Heart.
Friend: "Is that your stomach I hear?"
Friend: "You are hungry, aren't you?"
Friend (looking concerned): "I have never heard a stomach growl so loudly. You must be starving, aren't you?"
You (smiling): "No. That is my stomach singing and laughing. Its sounds are music to my ears. My heart doctor has taught me that starving people are not hungry."
(Truth just served as your shield here and you used it in such a disarming manner so that your friend will not be unwittingly attacking another with that lie from the world ever again.)
Friend: "I brought my lunch here but you sound like you need it more than I do."
(Your friend hands the food to you as a gesture of heartfelt love thereby piercing your heart. Instead of food, this could be an open wallet with money to help you buy food immediately.)
You (appreciatively): "Hmmm, this smells so good. I thank and praise our LORD for your doing this to show me how much you love me."
(Receive the food gladly and hug your friend.)
You: "Indeed, your love for me has made me 10 times hungrier, which is wonderful, because that makes me 10 times stronger, physically, mentally, and spiritually."
(Your friend is shocked because s/he still falsely believes that hunger is bad.)
You: "Indeed, this makes me love you so much more, that I can not bear to even imagine you going without when it actually becomes time to eat. For this reason, I must give this kind gift of food back to you so that you will not be needy."
(Your friend will gratefully receive the food back because your expression of love has made him/her so much hungrier that s/he was starting to regret the gift especially upon learning that you are strong and not in need of the food.)
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