Reading about the oldest woman who recently died at the age of 134 reminds me that I may not be middle age yet. How fun is that? We know it is true that people are living longer, but are we ready for it? If we live to an age beyond our wildest dreams, what kind of responsibility comes with that?
I have a rescue horse that I took in years ago, thinking he would die any day…he was 29-years-old and not in the best of health when we rescued him. Now our precious Willy has reached the ripe old age of 38 and is a very happy and healthy horse. Apparently, not only people are living longer. Again, let’s think about what that might mean for the future.
Times are changing in more ways than just living a longer life. Every day I hear someone remark, the veils between the world of the seen and the world of the unseen are thinning. We are becoming more intuitive. Many people are activity working with their guides and angels. How will this impact our lives?
I seem to have many more questions in this article than I have answers. But I believe these are the kinds of questions we need to start asking ourselves, as we begin to leave 2012, the great year of change.
Are we being called to be the healthiest generation, the longest living generation and the most intuitive generation? If so, what do we need to do right now to step up to this challenge?
I believe we need to start being more conscious in all our decisions. Many people believe in the collective consciousness and that every decision we make impacts the whole.
With a belief such as this, everything we do is important. How we take care of ourselves. How we treat others and how we honor this earth. Perhaps our responsibility is simply to make conscious choices that benefit the ALL!
I would love to hear your thoughts on this topic. Please comment!