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Old 11-02-2013, 07:33 AM   #29
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I too agree here, sometimes we 'assume' a little twinge and ache here and there will become a problem... it ain't necessarily so!

I have no idea what people mean when they say they are getting old.. a newborn from it's first breath is getting old....older is a better phrase as it implies that we still have a long way to go.

I have a friend who attributes every physical mishap to 'old age' I have to constantly tell the to change those thoughts because she is buying into the social concept that one must be filled with 'owies' as one ages...

"As you believe it, so it shall be, "

that was written thousands of years ago and it is still very true today.
So c'mon gang lets keep on keeping on... it's good for your health and remember to keep the negative self chatter out of you head and in a couple of weeks (and coconut oil) you CAN think yourself well
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Old 11-02-2013, 01:41 PM   #30
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Interesting thread, but must admit a bit of amusement as well. Some folks say they don't like stairs...then others pipe up and say "why"? Then go on to say what's the big deal? Stairs aren't such a bad thing...

Okay.

I don't "like" the color purple.

Please discuss...

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Interesting thread, but must admit a bit of amusement as well. Some folks say they don't like stairs...then others pipe up and say "why"? Then go on to say what's the big deal? Stairs aren't such a bad thing...

Okay.

I don't "like" the color purple.

Please discuss...

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Is that a deep purple?
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People have definite likes and dislikes and cannot vision making a change. We had some folks look at our house a few years back. We had the interior done in a sage green and it was very peaceful. They loved the house and the area except they finally made the decision to not buy it. The wife wanted a place decorated in blue. I guess she had never heard of paint...not all that expensive.

People can be a bit weird at times...

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Is that a deep purple?
All shades of purple are bad...
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