|Another brilliant movie by Monty Python|
This topic comes to mind after going to see the movie "Hereafter" last night (brilliantly directed by Clint Eastwood...I'm a huge fan of his movies). I won't spoiling it for anyone, but I have to say, it raised a few thoughts in my head. Although the subject matter revolved around life after death, it also highlighted (for me) the lack of depth in many who go about their day without a thought deeper than which cell phone to buy next year or how much should they put into RRSPs.
|Been there; done that!|
Those pesky life assessments can be a pain in the ass, but are so rewarding in the long run. If you are lucky, you will reach (insert your "older age" here - mine is 50 at the moment) you can arrive at that age happy, content, and passionate about your life, or you can arrive angry, hopeless, sad, regretful, and dependant. What you do now will directly affect how you experience your "older age" later.
|Don't cha just hate it when this happens?|
What I am suggesting isn't easy. It may take a lifetime to get through and many don't even go there (and I don't blame them). But if you are feeling "off" and ready for a change, this may be the perfect time to consider the above. .............Of course, you do realize that this type of personal reflection / work can lead to life long weight loss, healthier looking skin and hair, increased energy and immune system function, and is one of the best anti-aging remedies going.
...I'm just sayin.......