The time to worry about your health is when you don’t need to.dad
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With everything that floods our schedule with unexpected worry and challenges to solve – and challenges to let go of – how would we maintain our sanity without regular exercise?
(photo: Perhaps balance will prolong his time)
Life is hard. Everyone knows that.
When our four-year old Yellow Lab got sick this past summer and died 24 hours later, it was difficult (and still is) to tell whether it was denial or strength that prevailed afterwards.
Let’s go with strength.
And fast forward from July…
The doctor said he can’t say how much time is left.
If you’re reading this, don’t be sad or worried.
Of all the people that you know who realize that life is not a dress rehearsal and that the best way to approach life is to live like you mean it, none understand it more than the guy typing this.
Denial or strength?
Today’s physical thought continues with a spiritual thought for the day at the Next Blog
(photo: different rainbow from the beach, about 100 meters from our Sanibel cottage, 2009)
One of the most challenging things to do is slow down and take a break.
For like a week at a time.
We worry all our hard work will erode away.
We will soon find out.
Don’t worry if you don’t run. Only worry if you don’t do anything.