A force of nature is a natural phenomenon that humans cannot control and natural forces within us are the true healers of disease. What are natural forces! What is in nature existing or produced; lifelike, innate, not acquired, wild, not constrained or affected, related by blood, not affected by human civilization, not supranatural or strange etc. Jesus has ever said divine forces in ourselves can miraculously make us healthy. One truth is that disease known as the human body disorder mentally or physically taking place has been amply described, named, treated, defeated, rediscovered, renamed, and so on.The truth never taught in medicine school is that there are two diseases-“too much, and too little”.

Human is the unique creature that can have ability of suffering. This ability is shown through compassion as the human quality. The self-healing mechanism of human body has its own system; so the key to a good health is how to improve it or how to live in true compassion. It’s really hard for a common person to have sympathetic pity and concern for the sufferings or misfortunes of others. To live on it truly we have to obtain the ability to put oneself in the other person’s place; or struggle for a good emotional experience of another person’s feelings. We shouldn’t take an empathic response and altruistic behavior- do as we are human; but do an authentic desire as we love each other. It’s the compassion that begins a natural force as a true healer of disease!

The Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE) at Stanford University School of Medicine was founded in 2008 with the explicit goal of promoting, supporting, and conducting rigorous scientific studies on compassion and altruistic behavior. More research has been being done to understand exactly how compassion training improves well-being and promotes altruistic behavior. But, this truth has been already proved by the father Hippocrates of western medicine. He is the first person to confirm that diseases were caused naturally not because of superstition and gods.


You must tell what is real. It’s candid for you to do so. In telling something true you should be frank or doing in an undisguised way. You try to keep its order of events-i.e you go straight to the truth. So, what you tell must be easy to understand or straightforward. When completing it you look ingenuous or taking no charge of its consequence. That’s the sincere man or the one free of any pretense and this trait will help yourselves grow more honest or free of any deceit in any case..

What is the correct word to describe each meaning!

  1. having no responsibility
  2. telling what is real
  3. not moving away from the course
  4. easy to understand
  5. in an undisguised way
  6. free of any pretense
  7. free of any deciet

ANSWERS: 1. ingenuous 2. candid 3. straight 4. straightforward 5. frank 6. sincere 7. honest


When you see someone’s misfortune, you’re being to feel pity. It’s plain to say that you are looking so sympathetic in life. But.it’s better for you become empathetic or sharing with them instead of being broken without any action. A good friend has to be caring; not only anxious to know what is going to others or worried but also eager to have a help or concerned. In a group you should have a duty that means you are solicitous. In every act you should be considerate or careful not to cause any inconvenience or hurt to others. To do it well you must be attentive or heedful to get higher by taking more knowledge or mindful. You know what it is means you’re conscious. Then, you have to choose which is right to follow or you keep yourself sensible. Now, it’s high time to take action and you must be self-possessed or control your feeling. You should be confident in your way or self-assured; and believe in your own power or become more self-reliant.

What is the correct word to describe each meaning!

  1. careful not to cause any inconvenience
  2. feeling pity
  3. confident in one’s way
  4. paying attentive
  5. anxious to know what is going on
  6. eager to give help
  7. choosing what is right
  8. controlling one’s feeling
  9. knowing what it means
  10. attentive
  11. getting more knowledge
  12. believing in one’s power
  13. sharing with someone
  14. feeling a duty

ANSWERS: 1. considerate 2. sympathetic 3. self-assured 4. caring 5. worried 6. concerned 7. sensible 8. self-possessed 9. conscious 10. heedful 11. mindful 12. self-reliant 13. empathetic 14. solicitous


Those who are wealthy are easy to become philanthropic as they donate money to good causes. They can even keep charitable in whole life by assisting those in need. Their persistence in these activities can help them live in humanitarian manner or seeking to promote human welfare. Otherwise, those who can’t do so could be humane or showing compassion to others within their tiny capacity. The poor can also show an altruistic act just by discarding their selfishness to serve others’wellbeing. But, the poor hardly become magnanimous because they can do it by having more wealth than others; or do anything munificent once they can’t do something more generous than it is necessary. The poor can cooperate in a group to show their benevolent heart or serving not profit making purpose. Their property naturally becomes beneficent or do good. It’s true that those who are tenderhearted or having a nature of seeing others’sadness; kindhearted or feeling pity for others can easily become softhearted-i.e they are ready to share with others.

What is the correct word to describe each meaning!

  1. not serving profit
  2. donating money to good causes
  3. more generous than it is usual
  4. assisting those in need
  5. promoting human welfare
  6. having more wealth than others
  7. showing compassion
  8. discarding selfishness
  9. ready to share with others
  10. feeling pity for others
  11. seeing others’sadness
  12. doing good

ANSWERS: 1. benevolent 2. philanthropic 3. munificent 4. charitable 5. humanitarian 6. magnanimous  7. humane 8. altruistic 9. softhearted 10. kindhearted 11. tenderhearted 12. beneficent



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