By helping those around us to see and appreciate the beautiful things in life, to achieve happiness, we are administering to them the best biological medicine possible. Showing them the meaning of life and the opportunities to do good to their fellow human being will bring joy and happiness into their life.
If you know a diabetic patient, you can be of great service if you teach him to enjoy the good and beautiful things in life. Point out the beauty of the spring buds and blossoms; encourage him to rejoice in the golden splendour of the ripe wheat fields of the summer, to take pleasure in the autumnal symphony of colours and to admire the ornate beauty of wintry ice and snow crystals. To experience this happiness will touch his heart, improve his breathing and instil him with a vitality that will carry him through the woods and over the hills with opened eyes and a thankful heart. The pancreas will begin to function better; the secretion of digestive enzymes and consequently the digestion, will improve. A lower intake of food will be of advantage to him in his condition, since better digestion means better utilisation of the food eaten. The inner secretions will be stimulated, the islets of Langerhans will increase their production of insulin and the sugar in the blood will be oxidised. Aided by physical measures such as hot abdominal packs and good natural wholefoods, especially by plenty of raw vegetables in the diet, all eaten slowly and well insalivated, his health will visibly improve. If joy and happiness are added to the diet, before long he may be fortunate enough to have regained his health.