We live in a world of knowledge. Sometimes the knowledge is good and sometimes it isn’t. What do I mean my that? Science is constantly coming out with new studies and changes. Years ago they was the one about eggs. Most of us grew up eating raw eggs in one form or another. I even remember it was used as a health thing at one time. Eating a raw egg in a smoothie was considered a good thing.
My post really isn’t about eggs and health, but more about knowledge and what we do with it. Even now there are positive things about coconut oil and even recent things studies which show negative impacts. What do we do with that knowledge and how do we test it out? I think you have to study it out and think about it. I would also add prayer. Pray for help to understand and know what is true. God is the only one who knows what is true and what is not. But we can pray for that inspiration to know what is true and what will work.
In my last post I talked about plumbing issues. This is a continuation of it. So in all that I ended up doing last week; I finally found through prayer, lots of Youtube videos that I needed an agar.
The inspiration of the agar was the most helpful thing. I had taken the drain out and watched the video on how to do that. I had even watched one where a professional plumber said he had watched many videos and they do it wrong. And you know what. He is right. I am not a plumber, but I tried all the different ideas. The video with taking the drain out didn’t even work and when I snaked the tub I got the most hair out of the overflow. I also got past the trap with the agar (snake 20 feet in length and got more out. If you snake the drain it will come up to the overflow. So really snaking the the overflow is the best way.
But how did I gain all this knowledge? It was through trial and error and prayer to know the best way to do it. I now have to put the drain back in, but I am having some issues with it as it isn’t going in strait. So in a few days I have someone coming to check it out and help me finish it up.
I hope you all have a splendid week!