Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Chapter 89 (Frankie's Pond)
The fountain of youth is inside every one of us, she said with a calm sincerity.
All we need to do is allow the body to become one with the universal power of the mind manifest in this noble truth. Is it written somewhere that you have to quit your work once you reach 65, or that you must discontinue playful outdoor activities once adulthood is obtained? The only people who want this are the manufacturers of canes, crutches and motorized wheelchairs. You bring on your suffering, pain and aging as a result of your stinking thinking. Think young, play like a child, laugh, frolic, dedicate the next 20 weeks to finding your passion and power through a rigorous routine. Be happy and smile. Be grateful you have this opportunity, here and now, for a quantum leap of body consciousness. Hear each drop of water in the fountain and see eternity in the veins of every washed stone. Breathe, relax, work, play. But, please, get started today.
Overheard at Frankie's Pond.