'It is not what happens to us that determines our character, our experience, our karma, and our destiny—but how we relate to what happens.’

'It is not what happens to us that determines our character, our experience, our karma, and our destiny—but how
we relate to what happens.’

Pain is Inevitable, Suffering is Optional

Even though back pain seems to be the biggest bane
of modern society, you have the power to change your condition. You might not be able to change your genes, but you can change how those genes are expressed with some effort. Along with regular physical activity and exercise, you need to alter eating habits and other lifestyle-related habits.

There are two sets of people responsible for back pain being such a big nuisance in all our lives.

The first person is you.

Second is anyone who has directly or indirectly contributed to the environment that you live in. This includes your parents, teachers, partners, employers and your children. The cycle of life goes on. These roles are important because you could also be in one of these positions, affecting someone else’s life.