Mind Over Matter

September 7, 2012 chris
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Age is a question of mind over matter. I don’t mind and it certainly doesn’t matter to me. 

When it takes longer to rest up than it does to get up, you know that age has caught up with you. You know you’re getting old when all the names in your black book have M.D. after their names. Another good way to know you’re getting old is when the candles cost more than the cake.

    I hope that my wrinkles will only indicate where my smiles have been. To see an old couple loving on each other is often the best sight of all. Remember, old people who shine from the inside look ten to twenty years younger. So always try to smile instead of frown. Great character is being able to be yourself- otherwise, it makes you be or look hypocritical. I read that hugging is all natural. It’s organic and naturally sweet. So start hugging today. Thank whoever wrote that information. I am going to keep on hugging. Maybe that’s the reason people tell me how sweet I am. 

   You can tell you’re getting old when you have been there and done that and just can’t remember. You know there’s a cure for memory loss, but you’ve forgot what it is. 

    Things have gotten tough in my life before. But I’ve always been able to lift myself up and remind myself that life goes on. 

     It wouldn’t do for me to be on the “Most Wanted” list, because I can’t say or do anything that isn’t repeated, but not always the way it was said or even the way it really happened. 

Remember: When in love there are no impossibilities. You know its love when you can’t fall asleep, because it’s better than dreams.