@caesar-saladsaid Just me, but I really don't think of coffee as being spiritual.
It seems more yang to tea's yin.
Maybe it's strange that an Amerikaner from the Midwest should be more of a tea-drinker, but that's how I am.
I do sometimes drink coffee, though, for social reasons, and sometimes for carnal reasons (e.g., delicious young flower of manhood at the coffee-sampling table), but can't think of any spiritual associations.
When it comes to diet I'm a "Noah's Ark" diet -type guy
@eladarsaid Better a wife with a sex drive than looks. If the woman you marry has no sex drive then chastity followed by more chastity. Paul was right when he said that Christians are the people who should be most pitied if there is no afterlife and no no salvation.
@rajk999said Not too sure about that Ghost. The whole story is that Jesus was referring to sexual immorality which defiles ones body. I would think that Jesus would be on the same page as Paul regarding exercise. Regarding ones health, Jesus and the Apostles said [off the top of my head ]
- dont over eat
- eat everything
- take an occasional drink of alcohol
- work hard
- pray for h ...[text shortened]... s could be taken to another extreme by ignoring good commonsense about ones health which is foolish.
Jesus and the bible preach chastity and one hot wife