Somewhere between 460-370 B.C., Hippocrates Father of Medicine announced:
“If we could give every individual the right amount of nourishment and exercise, not too little and not too much, we would have found the safest way to health."
Hippocrates earned his crown by being the first known physican by making medicine it's own discipline, putting down a moral code of practice, and poo-pooing the going belief that poor health was caused by the possession of evil spirits and pissing off the Gods.
Still, do you ever feel like you've pissed the gods off a tad?
It's strange how Too little and Just enough vary. Almost three weeks ago I spent a day swimming, biking and running for 14 hours. That felt pretty triumphant. Today I went on a 15 minute walk. With three stitches in my foot, that felt pretty triumphant too.
What is just the right amount for you today?