Many years ago I was shocked to find one of my formerly obese friends looking fit, sexy and 20 years younger. As a matter of fact, when I first laid eyes on her, l didn’t recognize her. Being a positive and up-beat person who walked off the trail sometime before, getting lost in food as a friend, she causally told me that she cut a picture of a healthy body of a well-known woman from a magazine and replaced the head with a picture of her own head. She placed this composite all around her house. From this genius idea forward she utilized all of her mental will and physical power to become the hard-bodied youth she had never been. Eight months later and 93 pounds lighter, this living food body builder and aerobic enthusiast was a living example of what each of us can create when our vision is grand for the right cause. Our bodies can be one of our best friends but it does not like to carry additional pounds, be clogged with poison and fats, or have sluggish nerves and crumbling bones. Our discombobulated thoughts create discombobulated bodies. We must always recognize that it is not only our brain cells that make things happen but also our body cells are ready and able at any given moment to assist. Back in the twentieth century we taught people to sit, contemplate and reflect - in the twenty-first it demands we create, achieve and accomplish.