This book reveals the persecuted sense - Touch. We take a frank look at our lives and discover how with clinical precision we have persecuted touch. And with it we have lost our energy, vigour, enthusiasm and many other virtues we once had. When was the last time you danced in the rain or walked in the mud? We've forgotten how to Touch Life. If we rejuvinate our Touch we'll revitalize our lives
STOP PERSECUTING TOUCH!
"What?" you say, "who's persecuting touch?"
"You are!" We have waged a campaign against Touch that has been so effective it has stripped us of energy, happiness, and on many occasions, our zest for life.
When was the last time you ran in the rain, walked in the mud, ate in a meadow, swam in a creek?
When was the last time you drove in a car, walked with shoes, ate at a restaurant, showered at home?
We've forgotten how to Touch Life. We spend millions of dollars trying to fix our waning energy and our waxing waist, our decreasing joy and our increasing stress...Yet before us lies a simple solution, we need only reach out and Touch!
We need to rediscover the simple zest for life that people seemed to have a hundred years ago? It was a life of open fields, fresh air, hot sun, cool rivers, dusty roads - but it was a life pulsating with energy.
"Touch Life" is a book that will change your attitude to life forever. We live in a world where there are so many complex, and expensive solutions to our problems. Sometimes we dont want wings or jet engines, we simply what a simple set of easy to use wheels. Touch Life provides exactly that - This is a Wheel solution to Real problems.
Join this journey as you rediscover an energy, a passsion, an enthusiasm for life that existed in all of us. It's so obviously simple - yet so amazingly powerful! The fact that you're sitting at your computer reading this shows you're not Touching Life....
OK, so take the opporunity to at least read this book, and rediscover an energy that lies within you!
The rain was now coming down even harder – in fact the first signs of hail could be seen as the late afternoon sky was torn apart by the storm. Suddenly Tony jumped up from off the couch and raced outside into the pouring rain. The drops stung his cheeks and his bare feet were soon aware of the icy hail lying on the grass. In no time his drenched clothes were clinging to his body, as he ran wildly, like a just released animal, across the grass. After a few minutes of dancing in the swirling rain, Tony plunged into the swimming pool, heedless of his wet clothes or the increased fervor of the storm. “YES”, he shouted to the sky, “this is the weather to be outdoors!”
The rain was now coming down even harder – in fact the first signs of hail could be seen as the late afternoon sky was torn apart by the storm. Tony looked out the window and silently berated himself for not parking closer to the house. He should have noticed the storm coming, but now as it reached its full fury, there was little chance of getting to the car without getting wet. Zipping his jacket right up and huddling under an umbrella, he dashed outside towards the car. In moments he was inside the car with the heating system turned on full to dry his shoes and remove the chill from the late afternoon air. Arriving at the shopping mall he was thankful for the under cover parking. Tony swiftly moved towards the restaurant, heedless of the increased fervor of the storm outside. “Yes”, he thought to himself, “this is the weather to be indoors”.
So who are you - Tony who runs and dances in the rain or Tony who heads for the mall? These are two seemingly extreme reactions to a similar situation. Yet they define who we are and how we live life.