Keep Practicing The Art Of Living And Stay Forever Young   1 comment

It is the time of year to review things past, its ups and downs, and use the experience to set goals for the new year.
“If your time to you
Is worth savin’
Then you better start swimmin’
Or you’ll sink like a stone
For the times they are a-changin’. — Dylan

Becoming is Superior to Being

butterfly-trail-june-1st-2011-13499 Joy & Kenne-blogJoy Otrey and Kenne Turner On Butterfly Trail In The Santa Catalina Mountains — Image by kenne

Keep practicing the art of living.

Like any art, the art of living
will evaporate if you don’t stay involved.

We often hear the statement,
“If you don’t use, you lose” —
a principle most obvious
in our physical bodies.

Spend three years sitting down,
when the three years are up,
you won’t be able to walk.

 

The same applies to any skill.

Stop using your
creative imagination

and it will evaporate.

Stop stimulating
and challenging your brain,
it will slowly deteriorate.

Stop caring,
and you conscience can switch off.

Look for opportunities to stay involved.

Not only should you stay involved,
but the quality of involvement
can produce a better understanding of reality.

None of us are immune
to the influence of our own world –
our friends, our family, and…

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Posted December 30, 2018 by kenneturner in Information

One response to “Keep Practicing The Art Of Living And Stay Forever Young

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  1. Can’t tell you what a powerful, insightful, timely message you’ve crafted here, kenne. Thank you and happy new year to you and Joy!

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