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Health, or, How to Live

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    INTRODUCTION

    In introducing to the public a series of Pamphlets on health it is proper that we should distinctly state that we claim no skill to cure the sick. This is not our work. Our mission in this direction is to draw from personal experience, from the word of God, and from the writings of able and experienced health reformers, facts for the common people, which we ardently hope may teach them how to preserve vital force, live healthily, save doctor’s bills, and be better qualified to bear with cheerfulness the ills of this mortal life.HHTL 3.1

    We are deeply impressed with the great fact that grains and fruits are the proper food for man. These are best, and generally far the cheapest, which is a worthy consideration for the poor. Cheerful toil, or exercise, proper rest in sleep, air, water and light, are Heaven’s great remedies. To use these properly should be the study of the people. This leaving our souls with the ministers and our bodies with the doctors, and we pass along ignorant of our real hold of either earth or Heaven, is bad business.HHTL 3.2

    It is our custom to urgently invite the people to come to the Bible and to Christ, and learn the way to everlasting life for themselves. We would also invite their attention to the great fact that it is their privilege to learn how to live more healthfully and more happily.HHTL 3.3

    Mrs White designs to furnish a liberal chapter in each Pamphlet on health, the happiness and miseries of domestic life, and the bearing which these have upon the prospects of obtaining the life to come. JAMES WHITE.HHTL 3.4

    HOW TO LIVE.

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