We all love our hair. Some of us didn’t know how much we loved our hair until we started to lose some of it. Hair is the reason I started this site, it’s the reason you came here to read this. Hair is interesting. Hair is stylish. Hair is spiritual. Hair is personality. Hair is unique. It goes on… Having a shaved head is beautiful too. There’s nothing wrong with not having hair. It’s a matter of preference. I prefer to have hair, maybe you do too.
The reason why I wrote this blog “Hair is a Wonderful Thing” is because I want to remind people that hair is what drives us, not hair loss. Hair is appreciated by many people. So many people in this world put in extra care for their hair, or have had a hair transplant, or take hair supplements, or wear a hairpiece, and you’d never know it. Some of them are famous and some of them are around you. There’s no reason to be ashamed of hair.
There is a silver lining. Things are alright. The work is being done. The cure is coming and truthfully it already exists. People in clinical studies have already experienced these injectable technologies. Like this Histogen study for example. That blonde woman received a stem-cell serum injection and regrew her hair. And she lives on this planet. It’s a lot closer than it may seem.
It doesn’t matter what age you are to wish for more hair. You might be 19, you might be 58. For those of you who are younger and around your 20s, I understand how you might feel. It is less common at your age and you want to be beautiful. Just know that you’re not the only one and people are generally much more compassionate about your situation than you might think.
I believe it is important to hold a vision about what you want in life. The picture in your mind that makes you happy. Be aware of the thoughts you entertain about yourself and your hair. If you’re one of those people who frequents the hair forums you might ask yourself: Is this doing me good to read these comments everyday? Do I resonate with the overall vibe here? Does this seem like something that is helping the bigger picture? You’ll have to answer those, not me. For myself, I’ve chosen to not be a part of hair forums because of my own answers to those questions.
Be thankful now
Lastly, I’d like to leave you on the note of gratitude. Gratitude does so much in life. It raises our spirits, it gives us energy. It automatically gives us more of the thing we are grateful for. It keeps us heading in the right direction. How could we get there without being thankful?
As often as I can remember to, I say out loud “I’m thankful for all of the hair on my head this day, may I always have it and more.” I invite you to do the same or create your own prayer/mantra. If you’d like something a little more tangible to be thankful for, I’ve got you covered. In my next post I will list every major biotechnology company developing a hair regeneration treatment in 2015. Let’s put our attention there.
Thank you all.