Are You Average?

“Average” is what the failures claim to be when their family and friends ask them why they are not more successful?

“Average” is the top of the bottom, the best of the worst, the bottom of the top, the worst of the best. Which of these are you?

“Average” means being run-of-the-mill, mediocre, insignificant, an also-ran, a nonentity.

Being “average” is the lazy person’s cop-out; it’s lacking the guts to take a stand in life; it’s living by default.

Being “average” is to take up space for no purpose; to take the trip through life, but never to pay the fare; to return no interest for God’s investment in you.
Being “average” is to pass one’s life away with time, rather than to pass one’s time away with life; it’s to kill time, rather than to work it to death.

To be “average” is to be forgotten once you pass from this life. The successful are remembered for their contributions; the failures are remembered because they tried; but the “average,” the silent majority, is just forgotten.

To be “average” is to commit the greatest crime one can against one’s self, humanity, and one’s God. The saddest epitaph is this’ “Here lies Mr. and Ms. Average — here lies the remains of what might have been, except for their belief that they were only “average.”  -Edmund Gaudet

We have been trained as a society to not only live an average personal life, but to also live an average life when it comes to our health and well being.  I often hear people say they think they are doing well because they are healthier than their peers who are “sick,” or because they have no pain.

In those same conversations they will also tell me that they get the “normal” headaches, have trouble sleeping, or are taking blood pressure pill and cholesterol drugs so their blood pressure and cholesterol is “normal.” Normal does not mean the same thing as Average.  Being sick and taking drugs is not normal, it is what the average American does, but it is not normal.  Normal according to scientific research is living 80-112 years in PERFECT HEALTH.

At True Vine Chiropractic we are committed to helping your family break away from average and live the healthy and happy life you were created for.  We do this by connecting you and your family to the innate healing power within and empowering you to live a life without fear of sickness or disease.  Thank you for choosing True Vine and keep up the great work and be extraordinary!

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