According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, the Heart is known as The Emperor. In other words, the Heart runs this whole slick operation called The Body, so it is of utmost importance to keep it happy and healthy. 🙂 In no particular order, and in honor of my personal favorite holiday, Valentine’s Day, here are my favorite ways to take care of your precious Heart — literally, and metaphorically. 1) Hug a puppy (or do something that makes you inconceivably happy). I believe animals are one of the best sources of pure love on the planet. Sometimes just looking at a photo or video of a particularly cute animal or animal...
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