When we’re ill, our bodies do what they’re told, like breathing, eating, and sleeping.
But when we’re dead, we don’t just sit around and wait for death to take us away.
We do our own work.
As we age, our body’s immune system can fail, and our body breaks down.
We die with an increased risk of diseases that could be treatable with traditional medicine.
But we do not die in a vacuum.
The same thing happens when we die.
We’re often sicker and sicker, which makes us feel more miserable.
Some people don’t feel any more miserable, and some people experience a lot more happiness.
How do we know which is which?
We can measure our mood with a simple mood meter, which measures a number of moods from 0 to 100, like 0 is happy, 100 is sad, and 100 is neutral.
This mood meter can also measure feelings such as happiness, sadness, and disgust, which can give us insight into what might be causing our illness.
But our health care providers do not give us any insight into how our moods are affected by our illness, because we don´t have a real, meaningful way to measure our emotions.
We only know what we can expect from our health provider.
So we can’t compare our health status to the health status of someone who has an illness.
The health care system is designed to diagnose illnesses and treat them in an effort to reduce the risk of disease and death.
We want to be treated with dignity and respect.
However, the healthcare system does not have a way to know what the health of our body and our mind are.
When our body is sick, we do what it is told to do: We breathe and eat.
We drink and take in nutrients.
We move around and exercise.
We feel sad.
Our body is able to function and heal when our body feels healthy.
When we die, we are gone and are not there.
We are no longer in our bodies, and we no longer feel the joys and pains of life.
We may not even be aware of them.
We just have them gone.
When your body is diseased, your immune system has failed, and your body breaks apart.
The body’s own cells start to malfunction, and the immune system fails to keep up.
You are no more.
Your body is no longer your own, and you are no different than a cell in your body.
You no longer function, and everything is broken down.
The disease that caused your body to be sick also caused your immune systems to fail.
Your cells start killing each other.
Your muscles atrophy.
Your bones start breaking down.
Your organs stop functioning.
Your blood is no more, and it runs out.
The immune system is no better.
The result is that your body no longer has any of the health benefits that it once had.
Your immune system no longer responds to the disease that made you sick, and its immune system also no longer functions properly.
You have more symptoms, including: weakness and weakness of the joints and tendons in your arms and legs