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Hi

Generally, in the books about self-improvement, the reader is told to cease thinking of

sickness, ill-health disease, etc., and to think instead of health vigour,

wholeness, and so on.

Does "ill-health disease" mean "ailment"?

"health vigour" - I take it to mean "energy".
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Hi,

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Generally, in the books about self-improvement, the reader is told to cease thinking of

sickness, ill-health, disease, etc., and to think instead of health, vigour,

wholeness, and so on.

Does "ill-health disease" mean "ailment"?

"health vigour" - I take it to mean "energy".

Clive
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Yes, it's clear.

By the way, is there any difference between "health" and "wholeness"?
Hi,

'Health' is much more commonly said, and easier to define.

Not so, with 'wholeness'. This sounds a bit more philosophical, more concerned with both the mental and physical state.

Clive
OK. Thank you very much.
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