If I'm not living from my heart, I get sick.
In India we only read about death, sickness, terrorism, crime.
Social Security got passed because John D. Rockefeller was sick of having to take money out of his profits to pay for his workers' pension funds. Why do that, when you can just let the government take money from the workers?
That's the Indian in me - you must put spices on everything. As a kid, whenever we got sick, my mom would take milk and put turmeric in it. That was our medicine. That was the cure-all. Some people turn to Robitussin.
I don't get sick much because in the U.S. I always eat with my fingers, you know, to get used to the bacteria.
I don't jog, if I die I want to be sick.
You can see neurosis from below - as a sickness - as most psychiatrists see it. Or you can understand it as a compassionate man might: respecting the neurosis as a fumbling and inefficient effort toward good ends.
It's amazing being on tour with a group of 50, but when one person gets sick, it goes through the whole company. We take care of each other - we're well stocked on Mucinex. When everything stays healthy, it's a joyful experience for everyone.
Interesting things always come from being really exhausted and really sick.
Jesus' own witness of sacrificial love and forgiveness, and his work to heal the sick and care for those in need, represent God's ways and vision for us.