The power to feel pleasure is unquestionably proportional to the physical well-being of the individual.
As long as we do not have perfect health, our senses will be numb. Our sense of smell will be unable to perceive the most delicate perfumes, our taste will not be able to appreciate the most natural foods, our touch will be paralyzed, and our sexual life will be devoid of all joy. The power to feel pleasure is unquestionably proportional to the physical well-being of the individual. To develop this acute power, one must build one's health and take it to the highest level. It is obvious that a person with poor health does not have the power to fully enjoy life's pleasures. A keen sense of taste and smell is the privilege of exuberant health.
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