“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples” – Mother Teresa
Now here’s some significant insight: though every cell is innately intelligent and can survive on its own when removed from the body, within the body, each cell foregoes its individuality and becomes a member of a coherent multicellular community. By definition, a community is an organization of individuals committed to supporting a shared vision. Consequently, while every cell is a free- living entity, the body’s community accommodates the wishes and intents of its ‘central voice,’ the character we perceive as the mind and spirit. When you have a thought or perception, that vision is “broadcast” to all of your cellular residents. It is as if your cells are all tuned to see the TV news of the day. Your eyes are the camera, your thoughts the voice of the anchorman. Your cells are concerned with what you see because they depend on your life for their lives. Your joys are their joys—your fears are their fears.