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Chapter excerpts from True Confessions of a Chi Addict  by Zayne Marston 

Savoring the Miracle

By Zayne Marston

As a child I was told to chew my food thoroughly. Aside from an act of self-preservation (preventing me from choking to death), it took me years to fully appreciate the deeper wisdom of these words—and that is to savor.
Webster’s dictionary defines savoring as an act of “tasting or smelling with relish; to take delight in,” or as an “ability to stimulate or excite.” Devoid of savoring, eating would be reduced to a gross act of food delivery to the belly—a mechanical effort to quell the voice of hunger or numb an emotion. However, savoring is not confined to just the dinner table. Rather its application should permeate throughout the entire miracle called life.

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