Monday, October 21st, 2013 Focus: I reclaim my natural connection with life and choose to live with greater presence, respect, and gratefulness.

What we call normal may not be very natural — let alone healthy! If you’re “normal,” you will probably experience cancer, arthritis, vision loss, or heart disease sometime during your life, and your natural process of saging will be reduced to aging.

If you want to view life in its natural state, go into nature and observe animals. When they’re hungry, they eat. When they’re not hungry, they don’t worry about where their next meal will come from. You never see a bear looking for a job, doing aerobics, or taking a cigarette break! We are the only species with concepts of unemployment, exercise, and addiction.

In order to reclaim our natural connection with life, we must begin living with greater presence, respect, and gratefulness. We have been living under the illusion that evolution has ended with us at its helm. Perhaps the dinosaurs thought that, too!

Excerpted from the article:
Living in the Moment with Greater Presence, Respect, and Gratefulness
by Jacob Liberman with Erik Liberman.

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