Chiropractic analogy “part 2”

If we were to interfere with the natural flow of water by turning down the faucet or putting a stone on the main pipeline or  any of the many noses, the water flow would decrease to some extent and the sprniklers woud spin slower, not spraying water as far or as well as it was intended by the gardener.

Given some time, (for there is no process that does not require time) some plants, or fruits, or vegetables would weaken, change color, grow wild, become rotten, some would die.

Now what?

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