Sunshine, Good or Bad?

I read somewhere that we should be using sunscreen even if we are in the house, as the sun that is coming in the house through the windows, can possibly cause us trouble.

Now I ain’t no doctor or claim to be, but back in my day, the sun was more than just a ball of fire in the sky. It was like a good friend, keeping me company from sunrise to sunset. That sun gave me energy and something called vitamin D3. Nowadays, it seems like folks are treating it like an outlaw. But, let me tell you, there’s something special about feeling the sun on your skin.

Now, I’m all for progress, but when it comes to our health, I think we should tread carefully. As to me them, store-bought sunscreens may be convenient, but what about the long-term effects of those chemicals that they are made with? I’ve seen my fair share of changes over the years, but I can’t help but wonder if we’re swapping one problem for another.

Here’s a thought – why not ease into the sun? Our skin ain’t no delicate flower; it’s hardy, just like the soil that is all around us. In other words, spend a bit of time each day in the sun, let your skin get acquainted with it. It’s like tending to a crop; you gotta give it time to grow strong and healthy.

So there you have it, food for thought. As an old feller who’s seen his fair share of sunny days, I say let the sun be your friend, not your foe. Take it easy, let your skin do its thing, and maybe, just maybe, we can keep ourselves healthy without getting tangled up in all them complicated chemicals.

My Opinion Only!

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