I’m not a big fan of TV.
A few years ago, we did get cable TV (after not having it for at least 5-6 years), since I do like watching sports like football and playoff basketball.
What happened though is that watching sports here and there turned into watching other shows. I wasn’t happy with how it was all going down. We were suddenly watching TV again.
Luckily for us, we got a massive cable and internet bill a few weeks ago and decided it was time to cancel. (The bill had carried over because a credit card had expired, so it was much larger than normal.)
So, if I want to watch a game, I’m either going to have to go to it, or watch at a friends house.
It’s not too bad of an option and it keeps us away from the temptation of watching garbage.
BUT. Not all TV is bad.
I’ve been on TV, and when I was I was happy about it. (You can watch a clip here.) This was a fun show that exposed us to a bunch of people we never would have reached. So this was good.
I was also asked to be on TV again (twice), but I said no. (You can read about the second time I was asked here.) This would have made me look like a fool — so bad.
Recently, a friend of Renegade Health, Chris Wark, sent us over his recent appearance on The Ricki Lake Show.
You might remember Chris from the second Healing Cancer World Summit. He was diagnosed with cancer in 2003 and decided with his wife to take a natural approach. 10 years later, he’s here, alive, well and telling his story on TV — one that, surprisingly was VERY well received. (Good!)
If you listened into that program, Chris told us a story of how his TV news channel filmed an entire spot on his healing story, then pulled it from the web. So this time, I’m thrilled he has a chance to share — to a much wider audience as well.
I’m going to share the videos here, because I think they’re inspiring. I also think Chris is a great representative for healing naturally. One of those people you’d trust to represent the masses who you know would stay level headed and do a great job explaining why natural techniques are — at least — worth a try.
Go ahead and watch them (you can visit his blog here to hear more about his appearance) and be sure to share his story with a friend or two who needs it by “Liking” this post on Facebook at the top!
Your question of the day: What did you think of Ricki’s show?