Philosophy of Life: "To live well and stay young till the end of your days"

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It is very beneficial for you that both books, “Philosophy of Health” and “Philosophy
of Life”, are published simultaneously. Between them, you will be
able to find answers to many doubts and questions that come up in your mind
while reading.
The second part is, in fact, a necessary complement to the first. I suggest you
read these books many times, for a better understanding and acceptance of the
Order which they describe.
My purpose is to help you, because I know that with this knowledge you can
completely re-evaluate your current outlook on life and health.
It is important that you fully understand and accept the knowledge in these two
books and do not implement my recommendations in a partial manner, picking
and choosing only what suits you.
Do not panic if you find that your current way of life radically differs from the
one that I recommend. Nature is patient and will support you in setting your
life. Just trust it.
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