Jun 20, 2012

What The Idiom Says...



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... and what do you say?

26 comments:

  1. I think it's true when it comes to food and health.. A good balance diet is the key to good health! :)) The pic is so cute! hehehe..

    XOXO!

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    1. Indeed it is! Thank you, Fida. :)

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  2. Hi.. it has been a while ^_^

    hmmm.. I've been eating pork lately.. does it make me a pig? :p just joking.. hehe

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    1. Hi Aj! Nice to see you again. :)

      LOL!...you're funny! I hope you won't become one! Kidding!

      Well, most of us eat chicken but literally said, we aren't "chickens". :)

      Thank you for being here. :)

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  3. Hey Balqis, I think food has an effect on a person. I believe for example, if you eat a lot of meat, it can harden a persons heart because it can cause Laziness and some other sorts of characteristics, the ones who eat less meat (eat a lot of greenery and fruits) or even vegetarians, are soft with nature, they could either be too soft, a sensitive heart. So it's always good to be moderate in eating, give a space for water, a space for food ,a space for air. A little there and here, is sufficient for us. :)

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    1. Yes, Dana, it does play an important role on a person's health. Taking a lot of meat is said to be "hot", where as eating lots of vegetables and fruits are said to be the body's cleanser. I agree with you on eating moderately.

      Thank you so much for your nice comments. :)

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  4. Yes, too much of any one thing is not good for you. So a balanced healthy diet says it all.

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    1. Thank you so much! I agree with you. :)

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    1. Wassalam, Adnan.

      Terima kasih di atas kunjungan anda. :)

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  6. Food is one of the basic necessities of life and it definitely plays a major role in defining a person. Food and health are directly linked. What we eat shows in our health condition.

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    1. Yes, Sui, that's right. Thank you for your comments. :)

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  7. I definitely agree, I feel much better when I eat good food, full of energy and much more happy than when I eat crap food.

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    1. Good food is for good health. Thank you so much, Marie. :)

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  8. ahan..i wonder what about the people who eat humans? :P

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    1. Aha...they're heartless!!

      Thank you, Dr. :)

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  9. Dear Balqis,
    Happy day to you! Hope things are well with you.
    I few years ago, I had a health scare with very high numbers. I completely changed my diet and what I ate. I'm happy to report I am now as fit as a fiddle! (smile) Yes...it's all about portion size and eating in moderation.
    Thought-provoking as always. Thanks for sharing.

    If you're interested in joining my monthly collaboration challenge at my new blog, Lovers' Cove, the Linky is open until 10:00am June 30th. Come see...the last challenge was a lot of fun! More information here...

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    1. Dear Andy, thank you so much for your comments. Nice to know you're fit as a fiddle. :)

      Thank you so much for the invitation. I had missed it! Life has been pretty busy. Anyway, it'd be great to join the next collaboration if time is on my side. :)

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  10. Hi Balqis!:) So cute of this image!:) Hmmmm, I love to eat sweet, so... is this makes me sweet person too??? hahaha, just kidding!::) Passing by to greet..:) Have a great weekend!:)

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    1. Hi Ros! Oh surely, you're already sweet, Ros, when you eat more sweet, you'll be even more sweeter. :)

      Wishing you a great week! :)

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  11. good post about

    What The Idiom Says...

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  12. I was very encouraged to find this site. I wanted to thank you for this special read. I definitely savored every little bit of it and I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post.

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  13. Idioms says nonsense...

    Will I have to eat a poet to excel in poetry?

    Or a storyteller to vie with Hans Christian Andersen?

    What will a nice beef-steak will transform me into?

    A nice ungulate, cud-chewing, four stomachs animal? :)

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    1. Hehe...you raised logical questions but I have no answer for them.

      Be ourselves and do things within our own capacities.

      Hilarious you! :)

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