The Buthidar Hugs

The Reasons we should hug.
When we hug, we receive an energy feedback. We bring life to our senses and
reaffirm the trust in our senses. Sometimes we CANNOT find the right words
to express how we feel, and then hugs are the best way to say it.
We need four hugs a day to survive, eight to preserve ourselves, and twelve to
grow. A hug makes you feel good. The skin is the biggest organ we have and it
needs a lot of love. A hug can cover an extensive part of the skin and provides
the massage you need. It is also a way to communicate. It can convey
messages for which you have no words. We can always resort to the universal
language of hugs.
The Power of Hugs Hugging achieves many things that you might never have
imagined. For example:
It feels good
It dissolves solitude
It defeats fear
It opens the door to sensations
It improves self-esteem (wow, he or she wants to hug me!)
It encourages altruism (I can’t believe it, but I want to hug that person)
It delays aging (those who hug age more slowly)
It helps reduce appetite (we eat less when we are nourished with hugs and
when our arms are wrapped around others)
More benefits from hugs:
It is environmentally friendly (it does not damage the environment)
It preserves energy
It is portable and requires no additional machinery
It does not require a special place to do it (an adequate place to hug)
In any place such as a conference room, a church or a football field
It makes happy days even happier
It gives us a sense of belonging
It fills the void in our lives
It is still effective even after the hugging has finished
It strengthens and increases our ability to share
It harmonizes the hearts of friends
Hugging creates some form of addiction to tenderness, to altruism, to
happiness…
Just as laughter, it is highly contagious! Whatever your hug may be, let it
always come from the heart, not from the mind.
Come up with new ways of hugging.
Give your hugs interesting or funny names.
Become a full-time “hug therapist.”
Be always ready to offer a hug to someone.
Observe the other person and always be careful of his or her personal space.
A hug does and says very much.

14 Responses to The Buthidar Hugs

  1. Sending you the biggest hug ever, great blog, much success.

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  2. What a superb idea for a blog, David. Here comes a very special FND hug that is sprinkled with little silvery drops of goodness. xxx

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  3. 1WriteWay says:

    I love this. Every point you make is perfect and true. And I do love to hug. So now whenever I see your whiskered face, I’ll be sending you a virtual bear hug and saying ‘thank you.’

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  4. Marcus says:

    four a day to survive?
    it’s a wonder I’ve lasted this long then

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    • davidprosser says:

      Maybe you haven’t survived during that time, merely existed. Time to catch up I’d say and granddaughters are very good at helping. I help with virtual Hugs where I can also.
      Hugs x 4 for today.

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  5. Hugs are natural, as you mentioned above, borne out of love they are a sign of friendship without them what are we? Hugs to you.

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  6. zanki says:

    Big hugs going your way. Thanks for stopping by my corner. You’re the awesomest!

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