Taking possession of the body

We've all known of instances when someone who is rather timid-mannered has let others more or less walk all over him. And then finally he has had enough! He rebels, putting an end to the imposition.

There may be occasions when each of us is a little bit like that too-tolerant individual. An example might be when the body pushes us around—when it claims to give us pain, insists we are uncomfortable, or when it takes on the wrong size and shape, or becomes immobile. Finally our time of insurrection arrives; we are no longer willing to be manhandled by the body.

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