Redefining Health in the 21st Century

“The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were when we created them. What we can’t define, we can’t find, for our definition determines our destination. One of humanity’s greatest debacles is the allegiance to history as a standard for the present and the future. Society is so indebted to old thoughts that thinking something new seems like a disloyalty to ancient legends. History should not be a status quo or an imperative standard for the present and the future but an inspiration for correcting the gift and redirecting the end for a better destiny for humanity. Concerning achieving health for all in the 21st century, humanity must outgrow old thoughts and ways to expound new methods, approaches, ideologies, and strategies to secure health for society.

In the past, health was defined as having both body and mind working in good order, free from diseases and pains. If this assertion cannot provide humanity with insight into securing health, it is expedient for society to think out of the status quo. There is no way the community can resolve the health challenges of the 21st century except with the courage to explore the unknown. Concerning the 21st-century health plan, health is defined as an integrated state of being the human body, soul, and spirit functioning in absolute soundness. Thus, health is not necessarily the absence of pains or physical symptoms of sicknesses and diseases. There are individuals with no signs of pain, infection, or diseases, yet they are close to their graves. Some equal people died without physical signs of pests or disease. Though they seemed to be fine, they died suddenly because they were not healthy.



Health is more than the absence of pains or disease; it is an integrated state of being with the human body, soul, and spirit functioning in absolute soundness. Health is an integrated effect with a cause. Health is not a coincidence or an accidental occurrence but the resultant effect of the relative functioning of the human body, soul, and spirit in absolute soundness. Let me clarify: health is not a challenge we can resolve by our shallow efforts. That is why health has remained a severe challenge despite all human efforts to achieve health. Humanity must stop joking to earn health for all in the 21st century. We must realize that we are dealing with a challenge that, if not resolved, may wipe out billions of humans before the end of this century. For health to be achieved in the 21st century, humanity must adopt a more comprehensive and integrated approach considering the total human being: body, soul, and spirit. I hope by now we are civilized enough to know that the human being is not an animal but a complex being with three related dimensions (body, soul, and spirit). Any health plan that focuses only on one size of the human being will fail. To enjoy health, a human must improve his body, soul, and energy.

Insight on the Human Being:

The human being is the most complex species in all of existence. Until now, little has been discovered about human beings. What exists as information concerning the human being is a “skeleton.” The human being is a world yet unexploited. The greatest challenge to human evolution and progress is the ignorance about the totality and the truism of the human being. The full understanding of the truism of the human being will be the end of human misery and frustration. The human being is supernatural, possessing a soul and living inside a body. This assertion is a universal truth agreed upon by all Universalists and equally confirmed in the universal lab manual or the divine constitution. The spirit of man is the ‘real estate’ of man, with the soul as the intermediary between the heart of man and the body. Human nature possesses the science of life, which defines humans as having supremacy over all external factors.

The fact that the human body is the only visible dimension of the human being does not define the body as the sole constituent of man. Limiting the human being to his physical body can be the most tragic error. Humans are not animals. The most tragic academic mistake is classifying humans and animals under the same group. This intellectual mistake is due to the limited perspective of human beings. This perspective considers the human body as the sole constituent of man. This philosophical mistake has produced a low mentality and consciousness among humans. When this consciousness is transferred to the human soul and body, human immunity and resistance against sicknesses and diseases are enhanced. Today, humans live and behave like animals because of this error. Humans even suffer the same fate as animals. The day has finally come to eradicate this human ignorance.

Health versus healing

One of humanity’s errors for several centuries is substituting health for healing. This error has lasted so long that society has unconsciously resorted to healing programs in the name of health programs.
Healing is the gradual recovery of a sick or diseased human, different from health, a state of absolute soundness (body, soul, and spirit). Substituting health for healing makes humanity more reactive than proactive. Focusing on health makes us more aggressive and preventive than reactive.

Friend, healing is relatively cheap and sometimes easy to come by, but health is a breakthrough that demands a lot of focus and concentration on one’s body, soul, and spirit conditions. Focusing on healing entails allowing the human being to be attacked by sickness and disease before looking for her recovery. At the same time, health involves proactive investment to have a human being who is sound in body, soul, and spirit as an integrated effort towards freedom from sicknesses and diseases. Healing is a recovery and a relief from pains, but health is a state of being. One can be healed today and sick tomorrow, but health implies an individual is sound in body, soul, and spirit.

Concerning the 21st-century health plan, sickness, and disease are considered affected states caused by a deficiency in one’s body, soul, and spirit. This implies that an individual is unhealthy, sick, and diseased as long as there exists a flaw in their body, soul, and spirit. This explains why people sometimes die without any outward sickness or pain. The issue is that we think a sick person must be in some pain. People are looking relatively OK but sick. This is because not all diseases are physical. Body sicknesses can be easily diagnosed, but the soul and the spirit can not be diagnosed medically. Thus, to be healthy, such must maintain relative soundness in body, soul, and spirit. Equal and close functioning of the human body, soul, and confidence in perfect harmony and strength is the everlasting access to health.

Most of what is described as health centers today are healing centers yet to arrive at full status. A healing center is any center, be it a medical, psychiatric, or religious center, where the sick and diseased are catered to or are ministered to. A health center is an integrated science center where profound and prolific insights on the human being (body, soul, and spirit) are communicated and imparted to empower humans in their body, soul, and energy to forever triumph over sicknesses and diseases. Such a center must be a research center that progressively researches academic, scientific, and insightful divine information and intelligence needed for human supremacy over sicknesses and diseases. Healing requires medication, but health requires much more than medication. The greatest investment in health realization is information.

I am not talking here of ordinary knowledge; I am speaking of advanced academic, scientific, and divine wisdom containing the truth that unveils the truism of the human being (body, soul, and spirit) with all their relative needs and demands. Thus, when you find a true health center, you will see a place where the total science of the human being is unveiled, with teachers and doctors who are inter-comprehensive possessing rare insight into the real science of human existence and functionality. Presently, such centers are nonexistent. This is the greatest challenge of the 21st century.

Healing – Health = a victimized human, one perpetually dependent on drugs instead of the truism of health. The entire world is dotted with healing centers catering and administering to the sick and diseased without any investment in their education concerning achieving health. This has led to today’s situation of human beings constantly victimized and perpetually dependent on drugs and other healing mediums without ever graduating to health. You may ask what my proposition is: for every healing center to combine its efforts of relieving those who are sick and diseased with educating the people on health sciences. This is the only way to triumph over sicknesses and diseases in the 21st century.

It seems to me that humanity is losing faith in pursuing total health. Numerous health challenges have caused us to the point where we are studying how to function in abnormalities. The general slogan in most places today is how to live with AIDS, malaria, or any other disease. Such a cowardly approach and attitude can not be rewarded with insight into human triumph over sicknesses and diseases. While seeking better ways to relieve the sick and the diseased, we should not fail to embark on continuous research to uncover the truth, which will forever empower humans to triumph over sicknesses and diseases. This is the challenge of the 21st century.

It was believed that no one could ever reach the summit of Mount Everest; thousands attempted and failed, and their failure reinforced the world’s belief. When the world slept in their pessimism, a man named Edmond Hilary forced the world to change their opinion by getting to the top of Mount Everest. It was equally believed that a metal object could not fly. The Wright brothers forced the world to change their beliefs by inventing the airplane. The world presently believes that total health is impossible for human beings. I think we are the generation to change that assertion. Let’s muster enough courage and faith. We can make it. Health is an integrated state of being, with the human body, soul, and spirit functioning in absolute soundness.


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