August 14, 2009
Hugging illuminates the love in your body. “Hugging is good medicine. It transfers energy, and gives the person hugged an emotional boost. A hug makes you feel good. A hug gives the message that you care. It can say things you don’t have words for.
The nicest thing about a hug is that you usually can’t give one without getting one.”
“Hugging is healthy. It helps the immune system, cures depression, reduces stress and induces sleep. It’s invigorating, rejuvenating and has no unpleasant side effects.
Hugging is nothing less than a miracle drug.”
“Hugging is all natural.
It is organic, naturally sweet, no artificial ingredients, nonpolluting, environmentally friendly and 100 percent wholesome. Hugging is the ideal gift.
Great for any occasion, fun to give and receive, shows you care, comes with its own wrapping and, of course, is fully returnable.”
Surveys not taken but imagined indicate that billions world wide go without one sufficient hug per year! Hugging becoming common practice would bring the world
closer in harmony and communication. Hugging surpasses all language barriers, economic barriers and, all imaginable ones while, being free. I propose an international hugging week where billions let go of fears and begin a ‘hug-a-thon’ on boats, planes, trains, and even, in the streets. In the bible, it says to ‘love your neighbor’ – few do but, hug your neighbors and, begin a chain reaction into other neighborhoods.
The gift of ‘hugging’ is a gift of love that so eludes the world. Christians hug Muslims who can hug Hindu’s who can then hug Buddhists who can find a Jew and, so many ‘left out’ to energize. Can ‘hugging’ even become epidemic and a way of all cultures life? Imagine going to your local supermarket and hugging a stranger in the produce section? All hugging begins with you coming from the heart and, it reduces all unnecessary fears! Hugging is ‘unlimited’!