The effects of nature’s qualities on health are not only spiritual and emotional but physical and neurological. I have no doubt that they reflect deep changes in the brain’s physiology, and perhaps even its structure. Dr. Oliver Sacks
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As I observe her many years of living fully I see that the attributes of ageing well, are similar to living well with illness.
How truly amazing that anything will survive because it is too cold or too hot, or there is too much or too little rain. And yet survive it does…
There are multi-coloured threads, all with a hint of gold weaving their way in and out of our circles of influence. The tapestry becomes rich, meaningful and beautiful.
“Go and make interesting mistakes, make amazing mistakes, make glorious mistakes, and fantastic mistakes. Break rules. Leave the world more interesting for your being here.” Neil Gaiman
We can become a “moment spotter,” one who notices the opportunities to make a moment special, for someone else and consequently for ourselves.
Illness can provide a wake-up call. We can use illness as an opportunity to get down to business with living.
“Don’t squander the 15 minutes,” Dr. Heather Palmer declares; see all the things you can do. Time deceives us and we often think we need much bigger blocks of it to do anything.
We would be a sorry lot if we spent our days fretting about all the things that might and could go wrong. And we aren’t better off if we think only good things should happen to us.
Currently there is a fascinating 10 year study being carried out by the National Institute of Health on the power of music to heal.