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On Hiatus for A While

Hi, I may not be blogging for a while because I am due to go into hospital soon for surgery.

Appreciate everything and show your appreciation to others, because we are all inter-connected, and a little appreciation or feedback goes a long way.  Please keep me in your thoughts for a very successful stay in hospital and for a smooth and speedy recovery.  Maybe sometime in the “future” I’ll blog about what is happening with me now – seeing as this Blog includes Homo sapiens or Human beings !!

Remember, what you do with your time on Earth is what counts, not how much money or material wealth you have, or how popular or famous you are. Think of yourself as a drop in the ocean, whereby a pebble or the most subtle movement will disrupt a facet of you on one hand, and on the other hand, another may cause you to join up with another part of you or with a facet of the Universe somewhere else.

All drops are part of the one ocean and are equally special. Live your Life to the full, and like our animal friends, love deeply while you can, meet your “trials” with courage and acceptance, smile and have fun, and take good care of yourself.

Namaste

I see the Divine in you

Celine

heart-kun_chihuahuaHeart-kun, puppy with a “heart”

 

Dental care for Humans – Part One

Dentistry is the branch of medicine that is involved in the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders and conditions of the oral cavity, the maxillofacial area and the adjacent and associated structures, and their impact on the human body.

Human beings are the species Homo sapiens, and they belong to the Animal Kingdom.  They are definitely not Plants, are they?   Therefore, Homo sapiens appear in this blog.  Following up on Part 2 of Bits and Bites about the structure and function of human teeth, this post is about dental care for human beings.  Dental care for your animal companions is in the form of your dog and/or cat cleaning their own teeth through chewing and using their own protective saliva, and is achieved through you the “owner” taking your animal friend to the vet if she/he (the cat or dog) needs dental treatment.  Non-human animals don’t use toothbrushes and neither do they eat sugary food or many carbohydrates, which can cause tooth decay to humans if human beings eat such and don’t exercise basic daily care of their teeth.

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