At a certain age, and I’m going to peg it around 50, we start to understand that we are past the mid point.
We look back, and we see all the years and decades we’ve experienced where we were unconscious, doing things that other people wanted us to do, doing things because that’s how they’ve always been done.
A lot of us at this point have raised kids, been in long-term relationships, been part of mainstream community.
And now, suddenly, we find ourselves in the midst of great change.
We are divorce.
We’ve lost people to death.
We’ve brushed with illness.
We’ve had shifts in work.
Our money’s gone up and down.
We’ve gotten older, and we can see it.
And there’s this sense of loss at first… this desire to linger back in memory and try and pull it all back.
And after we sit with that, there’s this sense of… okay, now what?
How do I want to live my last 1, 10, 20, 40 years?
Now that I’ve gotten this far, and learned all I’ve learned the hard way…. How do I want to live the rest of this lifetime?
There are no rules, folks.
You can live exactly how you please.
You can hang out in the past wishing for what was.
Or you can move forward, starting this minute.
If you are in your mid-life, you might want to sit with this idea of a Universe of Unlimited Expansion, and see what you want to create going forward.
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