A. "I will take care of my body because it is the temple of God"
1 I will do some form of exercise at my level of competency and do it regularly in order to discover my points of capability.
2 I will walk, walk, walk - stretch, stretch, stretch, stretch - breathe, breathe, breathe.
3 I will eat the purest possible food bewaring of harmful chemicals and additives, dyes, sweeteners and artificial supplements.
4 I will eat more fresh fruits and vegetables.
5 I will watch my diet without getting paranoid about watching.
6 I will eat slowly, thoughtfully, gratefully, remembering to chew my food so thoroughly that it will swallow itself.
7 I will quiet myself with a word of prayer before meals.
8 I will remember to shape up, straighten up, look up and work up to my highest physical potential.
9 I will remember that my body has a will to be well and that I am co-worker in its determination to maintain health and heal itself in periods of sickness and distress.
10 I will not willfully drive my body to a point of exhaustion; neither will I pamper it to a point at which it is weakened by fear or disuse.
B. "I will take better care of my mind because what I think is related to what I am and what I will become".
1 I will think in terms of health, not sickness.
2 I will think in terms of love, not hate.
3 I will think in terms of God's good guidance over my life.
4 I will think creatively.
5 I will believe that my mind is constantly being renewed, refreshed and strengthened.
6 I will keep an open mind, a compassionate mind, and a thoughtful mind.
"A gentleman is one who can disagree without being disagreeable"