• 12 Jun, 2024

We Learn It Too Late - 103 Year Old Doctor Dr. Gladys McGarey on Life's Secrets

We Learn It Too Late centenarian doctor Dr. Gladys McGarey imparts her wisdom on the significance of inner healing and the interconnectedness of life, love, laughter, labor, and listening. Dr. McGarey, a proponent of self-healing, asserts that our inner pH levels influence the healing process.

"We Learn It Too Late," centenarian doctor Dr. Gladys McGarey imparts her wisdom on the significance of inner healing and the interconnectedness of life, love, laughter, labor, and listening. Dr. McGarey, a proponent of self-healing, asserts that our inner pH levels influence the healing process. She laments the misinterpretation of God's gift of free will and dominion over the Earth as dominance, leading to the world's current state. Dr. McGarey presents her concept of the Five Ls: life and love, laughter, labor, and listening. She posits that life and love are inseparable, with love being vital for growth and comprehension. Laughter, when coupled with love, brings happiness, but without it, can be cruel. Labor, when infused with love, is fulfilling, but without it, is a chore. Listening, when guided by love, leads to understanding, but without it, is empty. Dr. McGarey has penned a new book, "The Well-Lived Life," where she expounds on her philosophy of life and healing through six secrets. She aspires to inspire people to recognize love as the guiding force and essence of healing, allowing the energy of their being to flow and help themselves and others. Dr. McGarey shared a profound experience from her youth when she met Mahatma Gandhi, emphasizing the importance of recognizing and connecting with others as the foundation of healing and life.

"We Learn It Too Late," 103-year-old doctor Dr. Gladys McGarey shares her insights on the importance of inner healing and the interconnectedness of life, love, laughter, labor, and listening. According to Dr. McGarey, all healing comes from within, and our inner and outer pH levels play a role in the healing process. She believes that God gave humans free will and dominion over the Earth, but we have misinterpreted this as dominance, leading to the current state of the world. Dr. McGarey introduces her concept of the Five Ls: life and love, laughter, labor, and listening. She explains that life and love are one unit, and love is essential for growth and understanding. Laughter without love can be cruel, but laughter with love brings joy and happiness. Labor without love is drudgery, but labor with love brings bliss and fulfillment. Listening without love is empty, but listening with love leads to understanding. Dr. McGarey has written a new book, "The Well-Lived Life," where she shares six secrets based on her philosophy of life and healing. She hopes that people will learn to understand love as the teacher and essence of healing and let the energy of their being move to help and heal themselves and others.

"We Learn It Too Late," 103-year-old doctor Dr. Gladys McGarey shares an experience she had when she was 10 years old and met Mahatma Gandhi. While on a train leaving India, she saw Gandhi walking with a crowd and felt an unexplainable connection when their eyes met. This encounter stayed with her for the rest of her life, and decades later, her parents formed a friendship with Gandhi during India's partition. Dr. McGarey emphasizes the importance of recognizing and connecting with others, as she believes that love is the foundation of healing and the essence of life.

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