Been using a Varidesk for more than a year now. I stand all day and I have realized all the benefits you describe. Also, it’s become a thing in our 150+ office where some other people are standing with Varidesk. But to the point of many of the comments in this thread: 1) its not meant to be every minute all day…all day means walking away a lot, while I’m on my wireless phone, or going to get fresh air, or sitting in meeting. 2) if you have leg/back issues, you have to compromise. 3) when sitting I use a 75cm ball like at the gym, so whether I sit or stand, my body is thanking me, and 4) sitting in a traditional chair will become challenging, but you simply develop a strategy for it, and be aware of it and you will be happy.
I just lost my baby 3 days ago , I took her to the vet Saturday because her foot had a infection in it and needed to be lanced , while I was there I asked the vet to check her stomach it was really large and she wasn’t eating , he came back to say her liver was enlarged and gave me some antibiotic pills for her, he thought she had a infection . I asked him to be honest with me and tell me is it bad and he reassured me that her heart and other vitals were great. 2 days later she was acting funny, all of a sudden water and some black stuff poured out of her mouth , then her breathing started getting slower, then she passed…. I can not stop crying , I am praying to God that this void in my heart and pain will go away. I just don’t understand why this happened. she was only 10 years old
There are some who argue that God must have known that they would disobey. I have great difficulty with this argument. It seems to me to be saying that God deliberately set Adam and Eve up for failure. It is saying that, when God created Adam and Eve, he put them under the curse of sin and death. If this were true, how could God say that all that he had made was "very good" (Genesis 1:31)? It also seems to me to be saying that God willed and intended, from the beginning, that death, sin and suffering would come into the world. If God knew from the beginning that Adam and Eve would disobey him, then he must have intended from the beginning all the terrible consequences of their disobedience I find this very hard to attribute to God. Unless the words of Scripture clearly compel it, I am very unwilling to say that God intended, from the beginning, to bring sin, death and suffering into the world.