2010-03-12 / Columnists

Health & Harmony

Commentary By Dr. Nancy Gahles

Life is for the living. “You gotta be in it to win it”, as the saying goes.

Live life to the fullest. Take advantage of every opportunity to manifest a new facet of your personality. “This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine”, as the song goes.

Life consists of nano-moments defined by the breath.

Life is made whole by staying focused on the present moment and believing in its power to sustain you.

Life is what you make of it. Create your own destiny by thoughtful, right action.

Life is change. The only thing for sure is change. Go with the flow of change. Recognize it as growth, moving forward to fulfill your own goals.

Life is for reflecting your goodness to others. Be a beacon of light to all you come in contact with. And that light will be reflected back to you as a reminder of who you really are.

Life is to be taken lightly. That’s how the angels do it. That’s why they can fly.

Life is a grand opportunity to play out all the ideas, hopes and wishes you have. Dreams do come true when you live them.

Life is a temporal thing. Soul is eternal. Don’t worry if you make a perceived mistake. You have all eternity to make it right.

Life affords us the options that plants and animals don’t have. Free will. Choice. Be a conscious creator of your life.

Life is love in action. Go for it! Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. God given rights, as our forefathers set forth.

Life is one grand symphony. Make your own song.

Life can be defined by special moments. Remember the ones that touched your heart. Do more of what makes you happy.

Life is meant to share with others. Develop meaningful relationships. Life is a wondrous adventure. We win many battles and we lose a few, too. In so doing, we become real. Be brave to welcome all life’s adventures with an open mind and heart. “You can never go down the drain”, as Mr. Rogers said.

The turn of the season into spring brings the visual understanding of life as we watch the blossoms develop on the trees and see the shoots of new growth of flowers. The way in which plants push through the hard, cold soil of winter is a constant reminder that life pre-empts death.

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