Sometimes, we are confronted by situations or face decisions that appear to have no positive outcomes. It feels as if we’re at the edge of a cliff or precipice and there’s no turning back. I came across this [zen saying] that captures the course of action that we all need to take … we just need to take the leap, whatever the perceived outcome. And surprisingly, a Net will appear and everything turns out fine in the end. It may not be what we anticipated … whether negative or positive … sometimes, it is just “different” and many times, the outcome is better than what we thought. So, the next time, when faced with the unknown or uncertain, “Leap, and the Net Will Appear.” [zen saying]
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I recently learned about Sabah Snake Grass (Clinacanthus Nutans) as a promising herbal treatment for people going through various stages of cancer. This is a grass that grows in Sabah, a state in my native Malaysia. I have been able to find mostly anecdotal reports rather than clinical studies, but it will be interesting to track news about this. Here are some links for anyone interested:
- Herbal cancer treatment : Sabah Snake Grass - http://bit.ly/qvE5hm
- Gan Chin Seng: 优顿草/Clinathanus/Sabah Snake Grass – 癌患救星? - http://bit.ly/nWPVYO
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