Volume 5, Issue 4, page 15

it becomes a dramatic demonstration of the working of an
eternal law. Synergy definitely
promotes growth and wellbeing,
Dy s e rgy definitely impedes
growth and wellbeing. Any action which promotes two or more
functions of a system without
impeding any other function is
a synergic action. But no matter how many functions of a
system are promoted by an action, if just one function of
the system is impeded, the
action is dysergic.
"Ky assumption regarding
the three general divisions of
life and their relationship one
to another make a great deal
of sense to me. If the assumption is correct, and the concept of synergy is valid, then
a completely meatless diet is
synergic and a diet containing
any meat or meat by-products
is dysergic. At this point I
would like to say that I am in
no way attempting to make this
a moral issue, nor am I attempting to generate an argument. I have followed this line ing the fast I reduced my tein supplements. But I wasn't
of thought very carefully for weight from 153 pounds to 122 satisfied. The conviction began
a considerable period of time. pounds. Actually, I found the to grow on me that I had someI have drawn certain tentative fast relatively easy after the how lost sight of something
conclusions. My experiment is first two days. Those first important. So I reviewed the
designed to determine, if I two days were somewhat diffi- whole train of thought that
can, the correctness of my cult. Then my digestive pro- had led e to er -
conclusions and assumptions.

To put it another wqq, a ceases ceased, my hunger dia- elusions.mand Im9fo couldrmfincod nno
spiritual . relationship exists appeared, and from there on I flaw. The flaw, if there was
npl e in the fine. I followed normal one, must be elsewhere. So I
between individual
dual inn tes
spir tn each at h activities every day of the decided to have another go at
with my dog, my cats, and es fast, even to playing golf it, from a slightly different
birds is pretty good demon- when the opportunity afforded. perspective.
stration of this assumption. "After the fast I went on a