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Dec 1, 2016

On today’s episode I talk about our past, our ancestors. That is where you can find so much knowledge to better your lifestyle. Many of us don’t need to go to far back to find family that lived a much healthier lifestyle.

I usually talk about our paleolithic ancestors and how they left such a great example but today I don’t go that far back. Most of us have examples that are still alive. Lets not lose that information! Talk with them! Ask them questions about how they ate, how they moved and how they interacted with others!

If you are so lucky to still have your parents or your grandparents or even your great grandparents take your smartphone and record your conversations so you to can teach your kids. Lets not lose the knowledge of our past.

Here are some questions to start of the conversation:

  • Tell me what it was like when you became a father or mother for the first time?
  • What were you thinking the first time you asked a girl to dance?
  • What was your first job and what did it teach you?
  • What was your favorite game as a child?
  • If you could give me one piece of advice about life what would it be?
  • What was the most influential thing anyone ever said to you?
  • What was your favorite subject in school and why?
  • If you could talk to one famous person in history who would it be?

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Ben (wellness farmer)
over three years ago

Thanks for the kind words.

Yup, it is sad how much great information we are leaving behind by not talking with our grandparents and parents about their pasts.

Silvia Page
over three years ago

I agree ! We could learn so much from our ancestors! Great episode!