What I Wouldn’t Give….
“What I wouldn’t give for 5 more minutes on the dance floor, while my legs were still strong enough to carry me”
There was a video posted here (and where the quote came from) that was a strong declaration, via older women’s wisdom, about the importance of “being” versus “doing”. Within a short period of time the video was not to be found anywhere and was not accessible. Perhaps it is my lack of competency in the technology of internet, but for whatever reason it is a loss not to have it posted here.
Instead, the quote above speaks for itself in a multitude of domains in our lives no matter what age we are. Not simply about “dancing” but how we live our lives.
This past week I experienced the death of a much older brother. Within the space that was created by his transition I realized once again that it is not death that is our “enemy”, but instead not fully living in the moments we are given and blessed with. By far the more serious potential regret.
Living life as fully expressed women as if every moment was your last – being open and present to what is unfolding without any “hold backs” – is by far the wiser choice for a testament to the fullness of your Being this time around….
Gaye Abbott, RYT
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