Take a Bite Out Of Life
According to HiNative Language Interface …
“What does take a bite out of life, beyond the literal meaning mean?”
“It means to live fully and experience life with enthusiasm.”
“He took a big ol’ juicy bite out of life.”
“If you feel your days are getting dim / Grab hold of life and sink your teeth right in.”
“Take a bite out of life or just your cupcake.”
“Take a bite out of life / Let the / sweet juices drip.”
“Take a bite out of life by taking a 2015 Dodge Challenger by the wheel.”
“Take a bite out of life, and by bite we mean gulp, and by life we mean Coke.”
“Take a bite out of life in the Big Apple.”
“Take a bite out of life, but don’t forget to chew.”
“I wish that you get rid of your stress and take a bite on life.”
“You’ll be on your way to taking a bite out of life with the bucket list of your dreams!”
“My Grandpa is always talking about how people should take a bite out of life.”
“Take a bite out of life. Live Consciously. Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes.”
“Stay sharp, live fiercely, take a bite out of life, use your senses.”
“We can’t handle life and don’t know the first thing about taking a bite out of life.”
“When life bites, take a bite out of life.”
“So take a bite on life, Let me shake up your world.”
According to Adano Ley …
… when “a person can’t get a grip on life, his thinking is cloudy, and he is removed from Nature,” he or she is likely to have teeth problems.
Expressions such as …
… “bare your teeth,” “can’t get my teeth into it,” “escaped by the skin of my teeth,” “an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth,” “hardbitten,” “bite the hand that feeds you,” “he lies in his teeth,” “he lies through his teeth, “helpless as a toothless babe,” “good enough to eat,” “I’d give my eye teeth,” “in the teeth of a hurricane,” “in the teeth of danger,” “once bitten, twice shy,” “she’s a toothsome blonde,” and “a tooth for every baby,” “he’s armed to the teeth” …
… often somaticize into physical diseases.
Louise Hay’s take on teeth was …
“Being indecisive, not being able to break down ideas for analysis and decisions.”
December 2, 2019 @ 4:46 pm Atom
Arms — reaching for the stars — are nourished by Growth Zone 1 foods.
Legs — standing one’s ground — are nourished by Growth Zone 3 foods.
Casey Kasem’s signature sign-off was …
“Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars.”
December 2, 2019 @ 4:56 pm Atom
Cancer is the most dangerous longevity technique in all of creation.
December 2, 2019 @ 8:59 pm Atom
I typed in — “citrus is” osteoporosis — and immediately found this …
Rebecca Taggart (“Power Up with Citrus,” The Fruit Guys, Feb. 7, 2016) wrote …
“Oranges are full of phytonutrients like flavonoids and carotenoids. These compounds are strong anti-oxidants and can fight against inflammation and tumors. One example, the flavonoid hesperidin, has strong anti-inflammatory properties and lowers high blood pressure and cholesterol in animal studies. It also has the potential for treating osteoporosis and is the subject of much ongoing research.”