In this short microdose for the sole, I want to share something I’ve been thinking of lately - the concept that discovering truth begins with trust.
Specifically, trusting in our ability to experience reality and determine our own truth about foot health, health as a whole and life in general.
In today's world, we are conditioned to trust “experts” who know the truth when it comes to foot health. What if those experts are misinformed? Trusting them might end up leading us astray.
To me, taking off your shoes and socks and walking on grass is the epitome of truth. It’s the purest experience of reality because there is nothing obstructing your sensory nerves from experiencing the environment in it’s most raw, unfiltered form.
Truth is one of our core values at TFC because we believe it is immensely important. No single person in the community is the authority on truth. Instead, as a company we seek to empower members of our global community with tools that they can use to determine their own truths by experimenting with different approaches and experiencing truth for themselves.
The point is for each of us to take on more responsibility for our own truth instead of relying on others to tell us "the truth". That process begins with trusting ourselves, our bodies and our ability to experience truth via experience.
When we come together, we can share our truths, learn from one another and explore deeper truths as a collective.
My truth is that healthcare is self care. The medical industry is disease care and while I appreciate it in cases of acute emergency, I can’t help but feel that if more people prioritized self care, far fewer of us would be desperately reliant on disease care.
Whats your truth about health?
What’s your truth about foot health?
Are they your truths or someone else’s truths?
How do you take responsibility for determining truth?
Do you trust yourself to seek out and discover truth?
Questions for us all to ponder.
Wishing you a wonderful week. Thanks for reading.
Share this with a friend who is ready to read these words and begin taking responsibility for their own truth.
Take care of yourself.
Ciao for now