by Tom Swift

He nods his head, expecting her reaction. “Please, do as I ask. Your body is like the weather. It has seasons, some hot, some cold, but they always are a balance to each other. We have names for these seasons of the body, but I don’t think you want to know them. You have created many hot seasons in your body, and this has caused the different parts of your body to act in the wrong way to each other, like a family arguing. Or, you could say, like a storm that is created when a hot wind blows into a cold one. What I have told you will restore your balance, for now. After that, it is up to you … You want to manage, and you must first know how to manage yourself.”

-Mark Edberg, Essentials of Health, Culture, and Diversity (2013)