Soap And Water

Physical cleanliness is just as important as maintaining a spiritual cleanliness, I say.

Something I found hilarious today when I opened up one of my emails. It was a written notice from one of my places of employment and what was so coincidental was that I just recently wrote a post in regard to people, bodily odor, and washing, especially when going to a work environment.

Here is the email and after will be a posting and link to the post I had already wrote in general:

Team Members,

Personal Hygiene has become an issue for some or our employees. We have had several team member complain about body odor from other team membere and are refusing to ride in company vehicles due to this issue. Management understand that with the warmer weather sweating will cause an issue but that is still not an excuse. If needed, management will personally speak to individuals.

As a Reminder:

PERSONAL HYGIENE: All employees are expected to maintain their personal hygiene. Our hygiene should not offend our customers and fellow employees. The use of soap, water, deodorant and clean uniforms will help to prevent this.

Working Woman By Miss LaToya

Personal hygiene is very important.

Everyone should regularly aim to keep their bodies fresh and clean, although, not everybody acquires or desires to do so.

I love a pleasant steaming hot shower, the firm beading sprays of soothing waters are therapeutic and rejuvenating, it feels good to thoroughly wash and rinse off mental and physical tension as well as away all of the excess of oils, sweat, and dirt in which we accumulate.

It’s a mental problem to constantly hesitate to wash, considering the fact how beneficial the overall effects of a scrub, soak, and spray, have on our health and wellbeing.

Some individuals are not even cleaning themselves properly by reaching and carefully scouring their folded and private areas.

It’s necessary to get into creases where most odors get trapped into through bacteria.

It’s nothing to be embarrassed about we all will stink if we don’t continue to wash…

View original post 332 more words


cool waterI absolutely love water as it helps to purify us along with soap as well as nourish and sooth the body from the inside and out.

I prefer to take showers; however, a bath or a firm and heavy sprinkling are both very therapeutic and rejuvenating to the overall well-being and to the senses.

I cannot at all understand people who do not like to wash themselves on a regular basis, those types of individuals who can go for weeks to months without a proper rinse or soak. To me, that kind of behavior is indeed a form of mental illness aside from utter/sheer nastiness.

A thorough wash produces the mind and body with good stimulation and a fresh invigoration even enabling one to get a better nights rest and relaxation.

One just feels better altogether.

When the body is dehydrated water is one of the best internal liquid solutions as the sugars within juices sometimes initiate further thirst. Water cleanses and keeps the kidneys healthy as well as flush out the other toxins and impurities that enter then travel within.

water with limeWater is also an excellent fuel that gives energy to spiritual capacity and manifestation in all forms and aspects.

The essential and beneficial is just as vital as the oxygen that we all breathe, water is life sustaining and we cannot live or do without it in any way possible, and I would not want to.


Up In Age People And Their Hygiene

1353242_bubbly_and_bubbly_iiSome years ago I took a trip down to Barnwell, South Carolina. I visited a family of distant relatives.

Upon arriving, I noticed a very heavy set woman who was about in her sixties at the time.

When I met and greeted the woman she was sitting on a chair with her thick size legs propped up against an ottoman.

I stayed at this person’s house for a whole week before returning back home to Queens, New York during the winter time.

For the entire week that I visited there at the old woman’s home I noticed that she would never get up to go bathe or wash. She carried a terrible stench that traveled throughout the area of the living room where she’d lounge around from for day to day, and night to night.

The odor that exuded from this large sized woman’s body was very loud and offensive. The smell was so bad and had made me so sick that I would have to leave out of the living room every now and then.

What created an even worse situation was the fact that this older lady would continuously urinate on herself, allowing her bodily fluids to absorb into the fabric of the chair that she obstinately sat in.

Her sisters, brothers, nieces, nephews, and grandchildren would come by the house where she lived to occupy sometime yet no one spoke a word to her about her hygiene or nasty behavior.

This woman knew how to constantly eat, gossip, and cause conflict but did not know how to properly take care of and respect her body.

It was not as if she was an invalid who could not do for herself. She was just lazy and unclean.

So one night the old woman and I had got into a confrontation due to her attitude and something else that she lied on me about. One or two days later the woman overheard me in the next room talking very negatively about her over the telephone.

The next thing that I knew I had witnessed her coming out from another room a day later with a damp washcloth hanging over her shoulder. The odor that had once clouded up the whole living room had suddenly began to fade and disappear.

It was a sad shame that I had to speak about her circumstances in such a harsh way before she took action then accepted the responsibility for her own personal hygiene.

I do not understand why-however-a lot of older folks go around to neglect their bodies. It is not something that should be ignored by bystanders who are relatives either.

Visit My Voice Weblog By Miss LaToya Lawrence