Musings

We‘re all been born into temporary bodies, trapped in a linear flow of inevitable decay.  Strategic action is how we honor and respect our potentiality. 

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7 thoughts on “Musings

  1. Yep, the physical body is an interesting shell. We start out building our mental and physical capabilities. We spend some time making use of those developed features. Then we begin to lose them. It makes sense that we have to be strategic when applying our mental and physical skills. We need to make the best use of them we can once we get them and before they are gone. Then – coming from a guy in his late forties – you have to become even more strategic as you discover that your body simply can’t do what it did 10 or 20 years ago. To keep finding ways to do the things we need and want to do as our bodies rise and then fall is not about a tragic story, but a means to keep the soul fulfilled while it resides in the body. Accepting that the body will never stop changing allows for some peace. Continuing to find out ways to achieve your goals despite your changing body honors and fulfills your soul.

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