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Re: water fasting inducing kidney stone passage?


NO, I do not agree with you: truth does not demand a dogmatic response.
Dogma is a fixed and inflexible set of beliefs that are impervious to change by the facts and opinions set forth by others. The World was flat until Galileo came along.

I do not subscribe to any dogma.

Religion is based on faith and a belief system which can neither be proved or disproved.

On the other hand, any opinions I have posted within this and other forums within curezone, are not bound by faith, but borne out of my own personal experience, and which just happens to be an identical experience of others who are and have been qualified to speak on such matters.
These experiences are physically tangible, and if put to the test, being so within the realms of science.

Faith and/or Religious belief are not tangible or verifiable concepts by ANY means, otherwise we would ALL be Christians or Muslims or Hindus and so on.....

The post that you are referring to, regarding the alleged damage caused to someones kidneys and/or Liver by fasting, referred to my own experience, and that of others far more experienced than I; any damage caused to these organs will be by starvation and/or malnutrition, or any other foreign substance (such as drugs) that have entered the body knowingly or unknowingly.
The body is a self-healing and self maintaining organism, whose innate & miraculous power and strength will preserve itself at all costs.
The statement made by that poster was therefore totally contrary to the vast experience of qualified and extremely experienced personnel within the realms of fasting therapeutics from 1850 to the present day.
On that basis I felt justified in expressing (not my opinion or the opinion of others) but the facts of the matter.

Yes. Dogma isn't necessarily evil, and can be quite harmless, EVEN if it is wrong; just so long as that dogma is not imposed onto others.

Yes again. My willingness to speak out is borne out of a conscious sense of altruism and benevolence towards my fellow man and woman.

I certainly hope that this willingness to speak out has helped many members, and I will be the first to admit if I am wrong; after all, I have offered my opinion many times based on my own personal experience and that of qualified health professionals: notably a man who devoted his ENTIRE life to the cause of health, Natural Hygiene, and water-fasting, and the absolute truths within its ideals that are based on Natural Laws and the Physiology of the Human body.
This just has to include a good batting average, as they are based on the Laws of Nature and therefore God himself.

Thank you




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