How smart are you?
According to Webster, IQ measures how smart you are, but I think this may be a false IQ system that we are lumped into.
To me, IQ is the combination of intuition, self-empowerment, curiosity, happiness, a good sense of humor, and the will to learn.
So, I’ll ask you again – how smart are you?
Traditionally, measuring your IQ is based on the results of standardized testing. Today, standardized tests aren’t what they started out to be – as an educator, I believe that children in the public schools are merely taught how to pass standardized tests as opposed to challenging their true strengths and weaknesses. Modern standardized tests are not based on what people truly know.
In today’s world, IQ has morphed into something different from the good ole’ days. I think that our IQs are in danger of extinction; the IQ is a victim of political correctness, gender wars, toxic foods, and Big Pharma’s ever-expanding desire to mandate vaccines.
If you are fighting an illness or a family issue, I’m not suggesting that you’re not smart about working through your challenges, but remember that many unknown solutions exist – I am reminding you that you have the power and the option to research, study, and discover unknowns.
Educate your way to good health. Never stop questioning; never stop learning about health issues that challenge you.
Build your IQ.
IQ And Health
Research shows that very smart people live longer than smart people, who live longer than average intelligent people, and so on.
People who are happy and laugh a lot are also shown to be healthier.
The researchers found an association between childhood intelligence and a reduced risk of death from dementia and, on a smaller scale, suicide.
Let’s say your doctor wants to vaccinate your 12 year old son with the highly controversial Garadsil® shot. More than likely, your child will resist, either due to his intellect and instinctive precaution or because he knows that it is simply too abnormal for him.
A highly intelligent parent would pay attention to their child’s reactions, and then research this before considering the risks. A smart adult would follow their own instincts, and study the case histories of the side effects of young children complaining of shooting pains, convulsions, and paralysis after being injected with this vaccine.
YOU research for yourself all unknown and controversial topics, and then YOU decide.
How Smart Is Your Lifestyle?
If you’re smart, you are more likely to follow pretty high-end, natural healthy lifestyle practices; you tend to have a better handle on your health care, and you are less likely to work in a job that puts you at physical risk.
Socioeconomic status does play a role in molding your IQ, mainly through better access to education and personal care.
It doesn’t have to be a social issue, though – we can change this easily by keeping education balanced and transparent, and by promoting positivity.
Here’s an idea — instead of enabling welfare states and government health care programs, let’s encourage societies to create more vocational educational programs; teach children, and adults, world regional geography that teaches our social differences; let’s encourage more local farming in the rural areas, and convert outdated shopping malls into hydroponic farms.
Instead of suppressing the growth of countries in Africa and Madagascar so that the powerful countries can rob their resources, let’s teach the indigenous populations how to drill water wells and hook the water up to hydroponic greenhouses. What can’t be composted can be recycled for building materials or for export.
Everyone can participate, raising their IQs. Align yourself with the joy of life, which will extend your life and bring joy to create better and beautiful things.
Return To Happiness
Things can change, and it starts with you.
- Turn off mainstream TV;
- Go to the library and read a book;
- Pick an unknown topic, like Gardasil, and research it – both sides of any issue should be on youtube or Google (this is changing today, and THAT’S a problem that needs to be resolved);
- Join a community book club;
- Volunteer to teach a geography lesson to after-school programs.
People with a higher IQ have a good sense of humor, but this is diminishing in todays high-tech and highly politicized world, too. We are cutting our lifespan short, and that’s making us all sick.
So, return to laughing more, get your sense of humor back, and keep expanding your knowledge base.
Anyone can improve their IQ. You just have to be willing to try.
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