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VOICE OF HEALTH

Healer.A.Umar Farook, M.Acu., D.Ed (Acu) English Translation: Healer.R.Gnanamurthy, M.Acu., D.Ed (Acu) Edited by: Malarvizhi

VOICE OF HEALTH
Healer.A.Umar Farook, M.Acu., D.Ed (Acu)
First Published : November, 2010 Published by

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Thanks to
ACUPUNCTURE HEALERS ORGANISATION

Hr.Bose.K.Mohamed Meera Hr.Magi Ramalingam Hr.P.V.Devarajan Hr.M.J.Pandian Hr.P.M.Umar Farook

CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Learning Language Health is Strength Immunity is Life Eat Hunger Fate Prevails! One plus One is not Two Creating and Protecting Disease an Imagination Diseases of Exact Science 5 7 9 12 14 16 19 22 25 27 30 34 40 44 52 56 60 68 77

10. Quietness is Pleasantness! 11. Waste stagnation causes Death! 12. Action and Reaction 13. Reason behind Stories 14. Shining and the Sign! 15. Elixir is Venom 16. Thirst - Hunger as per requirement! 17. Milk - is it Food? 18. Poison-less Food 19. Love Nature! Come back to Nature

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Learning Language

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veryone has their own language. Expressing our needs, sharing our feelings – it is through language that we create our relationships with others. Language is a necessary communication tool for people. Beyond our mother tongue, we learn languages of neighboring states, of the nation, of the world – so our needs increase. Beyond human language, we also know the language of our pet animals, learning these languages through their activities. We learn the many needs of a dog through its barking. We learn the languages of our other pets – goats, cows, hens, cats, parrots... and we understand their needs by their expressions. A farmer knows of the coming…...

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