Baseball Life Salt
Baseball Life Nor Human Life Could Not Exist Without
There are many things we might readily know as being life sustaining additives for our body. For instance we could not live without Air (oxygen), Water, Food and Blood. Without a doubt there are probably hundreds of more items, But salt?
Salt is an abundant white crystalline substance found in it's natural state as a compound of (common salt) sodium chloride. This compound (Na Cl)is one element of sodium and one element of chloride.
Either of these two elements, ingested alone is a very harmful ingredient in its basic element form, but in the natural compound form as common table salt it contains life sustaining qualities.
Blood within humans and animals are the vital life sustaining part of the living body. Sodium is a critical element needed for blood to perform it's life giving support for the body.
Salt is required by the body to release it's sodium element as an essential requirement and ingredient contained within our bodies blood.
This mystical functionary action, of baseball and life and the salt in the body as in the releasing of sodium to the blood, and the bloods performance of it's life sustaining power, is both theological and medically, far and away beyond my scope of expertise or explanation.
Salt releases sodium to the blood and blood provides life sustaining functions to the body. What a magnificent work by our creator of the universe in the provision of salt throughout the world.
The wonderful creation of a human body to assimilate this compound for life supporting action is beyond mankind's total understanding.
Wouldn't you think even with this very brief background of data you should recognize baseball life and the vital importance of common salt to baseball life.
World civilization spread throughout the earth, linking tribes and nations, centers of living and routes of trade, all tied to important life supporting goods and well-being.
Baseball Life and salt is my way of being able to share and reinforce the need to understand and accept how baseball life is in many parts of our everyday life.
The supporting importance of a little white grainy substance such as common salt to me is fascinating.
Salt and it's availability was an item by which commerce many times was hinged. Trade routes and fluctuation in value of salt was a commodity and even an exchange/bartering medium.
In the grand scheme of things salt is an abundant and widely scattered pure and natural product all over the earth.
The seas contain upwards of 25 percent salt to water content. Salt is also found as salt licks and even in underground deposits all basically in a natural white pure compound.
The Israelites were truly blessed from their earliest days to have the "Dead Sea" or "Salt Sea" with an ample source of salt in their land.
The importance of salt as a vital compound for the sustaining of life and yet it is so easily and often over looked or forgotten.
We think of salt in terms of how we utilize it without the more vital element of life sustenance.
Salt is a noun, a verb, and an adjective: noun-salt, a white crystalline substance which gives seawater its characteristic taste and is used for seasoning or preserving food. adjective-impregnated or treated with salt. verb-season or preserve with salt and (salt away) put by (money) secretly.
Baseball Life uses many phrases, however a phrase such as baseball and salt, is uncommon in referencing the playing of the game of baseball. The word "salt" is used many time in phrases to describe things in terms related to salt. Baseball and salt are lingo cousins, in that they have both imparted lingo of their own, some salt examples are:
The Bible provides many passages pertaining to salt. Salt is also referred to in the Bible as symbolizing the covenant between God and Israel.
Recognizing that salt plays an essential part in maintaining life by it's requirement within the body then it is not far fetched to know baseball and life could not exist without salt.
So remember this baseball and salt refrain you now know about is both enjoyment and essential. Baseball is for fun Salt is for Life.
Baseball Life is a game played in the summer when the sun beams brightly and the temperature rises to its scorching heights. Now comes the sweat and body fluids pour from the ballplayers like dripping faucets.
Like the Morten salt commercial, "When it rains it pours," baseball players sweat when it's hot "Then the sweat pours."
Baseball Life and salt now are in real play during the summer.
This sweat is salty. Yes, salty with the body loosing salt and water in extreme proportions. Both the water and the salt must be replaced.
Our bodies health depends upon us to do all things in moderation. This lost water and salt from our body needs to be replenished by controlled sensible measures.
Eating a fistful of pure salt will not work. It would be like a junkie trying a quick fix. Drinking water till you cramp up and drown is not the answer. Coach what do we do?
When climate and vigorous exercise activity begins to take its toll, slow up and gently and moderately start a sensible replacement of proper fluids and salt your body has lost.
The moderate controlled use of salt tablets to help replace some of the bodies lost salt is sensible. Control your water consumption, but for goodness sakes do it, for this loss of water/fluid needs attention to prevent dehydration.
Dehydration is simply a loss of body fluids hampering the bodies normal cooling procedure-too much too fast. In today's world we have the nutrient laden drinks such as "Gator Ade" or "Power Ade." These are the best quick remedies.
Water is absolutely OK but use moderation and slowly replenish the body with fluids.
Baseball and Life or salt and life is not all that complicated to realize our game of enjoyment needs sensible balance and control. Healthy strong bodies require true diligence to the principles of living. Life and health are not constructed for living constantly in the fast lane.
We do not need to be medical school graduates to understand baseball and life giving salt and their interrelations of health functions, served best with a little knowledge and attention.
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Every baseball player worth his salt is a player who plays baseball and life with grit and determination as a team player.
Knowing the general rules of baseball and life adhering to the execution of baseball playing rules, in the course of a game is one thing, knowing the rules for good healthy living is much more important "So Stay Fit."
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Dwayne Britnell shared Tao & Zen's . New definition for salt..."Ye are the salt of the earth..." ~ Become a Lake ~ An aging master grew tired of his apprentice’s complaints. One morning, he sent him to get some salt. When the apprentice returned, the master told him to mix a handful of salt in a glass of water and then drink it. “How does it taste?” the master asked. “Bitter,” said the apprentice. The master chuckled and then asked the young man to take the same handful of salt and put it in the lake. The two walked in silence to the nearby lake and once the apprentice swirled his handful of salt in the water, the old man said, “Now drink from the lake.” As the water dripped down the young man’s chin, the master asked, “How does it taste?” “Fresh,” remarked the apprentice. “Do you taste the salt?” asked the master. “No,” said the young man. At this the master sat beside this serious young man, and explained softly, “The pain of life is pure salt; no more, no less. The amount of pain in life remains exactly the same. However, the amount of bitterness we taste depends on the container we put the pain in. So when you are in pain, the only thing you can do is to enlarge your sense of things. Stop being a glass. Become a lake.” ~ Become a Lake ~
An aging master grew tired of his apprentice’s complaints. One morning, he sent him to get some salt. When the apprentice returned, the master told him to mix a handful of salt in a glass of water and then drink it. “How does it taste?” the master asked. “Bitter,” said the apprentice. The master chuckled and then asked the young man to take the same handful of salt and put it in the lake. The two walked in silence to the nearby lake and once the apprentice swirled his handful of salt in the water, the old man said, “Now drink from the lake.” As the water dripped down the young man’s chin, the master asked, “How does it taste?” “Fresh,” remarked the apprentice. “Do you taste the salt?” asked the master. “No,” said the young man. At this the master sat beside this serious young man, and explained softly, “The pain of life is pure salt; no more, no less. The amount of pain in life remains exactly the same. However, the amount of bitterness we taste depends on the container we put the pain in. So when you are in pain, the only thing you can do is to enlarge your sense of things. Stop being a glass. Become a lake.”