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:
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.
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…
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