Here’s to our health — and someone else’s wealth
Seeing as how illness can no longer be inexpensively remedied — and the so-called “Affordable Health Care Act” won’t change that — I suppose all of us should be concentrating more on improved health.
This would be simple if not for one thing: life. It’s certainly preferable to death, but life does throw us some curveballs, many of which induce stress. Too much stress is a whole lot worse on a person’s system than too much bacon.
And speaking of food, eating nutritiously, though advisable, is not feasible for many folks unless Congress also decides to someday ram an “Affordable Food Cost Act” down our throats.
Going green describes my facial color when I look at the price tags attached to some of these healthier-lifestyle food options. Personally, I don’t see the rationale in taking out a loan just to purchase an organically grown head of cauliflower.