…and surround yourself with good people and family members who don’t give a shit what you look like. Eat what’s good for you, and what you enjoy, and figure out what makes you feel the best. Like exercising? Walk around, or run, or dig a big hole in your yard and plant some vegetables. That is all you need to do.
This (“what you enjoy, what makes you feel….”) is fantastic, a million dollar life advice.
Several ways to explore depending on your context where you can eat right, exercise just about right, and go deeper, and it will just happen, just don’t give in to temptations. Two thousand five years ago, Lord Buddha figured out the root diagnoses of our unhappiness that our desire and tendency to give in to temptations led to suffering (as he’d say, suffering is optional, sorrow or grief is inevitable) provided a solution that was essentially rooted in trying to understand your deeper self and connect to it (if you distill all of his eight fold path, in every “path direction”, there is this refrain of focussing on ways to connect to yourself, and to the earth, and humanity around you). Great to see Jeremy Puma, you write it so eloquently here on the first principles.