The Seven Natural Laws of Health and Happiness

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There are seven primary laws of Nature. They deal with temperature, air, water, sun, activity, thought and harmony.

THE FIRST LAW IS THE LAW OF TEMPERATURE

Human life can exist only between two limits of temperature. Extreme heat and extreme cold both destroy life. These limits vary a little at different times of the year and different places and in different organisms. By observing this law and by not subjecting our bodies to ex-tremes of heat and cold we will be taking the first step towards health.

THE SECOND LAW IS THE LAW OF AIR

THE THIRD LAW IS THE LAW OF WATER

THE FOURTH LAW IS THE LAW OF SUNLIGHT

THE FIFTH LAW IS THE LAW OF ACTIVITY

In other words, movement is one of the main essentials of life. Activity is an essential function. Stagnation or lack of movement can only lead to death.

THE SIXTH LAW IS THE LAW OF THOUGHT

THE SEVENTH AND FINAL LAW IS THE LAW OF HARMONY

These seven laws concern the most basic requirements of life. As necessary as it may be to observe these always, we could not exist as human beings by simply observing these laws as they stand. Even the simplest organisms and animals obey these laws.

In order to achieve the greatest happiness and efficiency we must indulge in those activities which are in harmony with the seven primary laws of Nature.

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