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@cindiwass You're welcome, Cindy. I think 75 is young. I'm not there yet, but I've decided to live to be at least 100 and there is a lot more that I need to do and experience in my lifetime. You can change you health by focusing on positive choices and letting go of beliefs that don't serve your goals. I've heard it said that your biography becomes your biology, which means that you can make something happen if you believe it and think about it. You have the choice in what you believe and how that will influence your health and well being. We all have challenges from time to time, but we can make the most of them, and make the best educated choices that we can. Sometimes we expect the worst, and find out what we had feared turned out to be not so bad after all.

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Hi, Jennifer, it is interesting that certainly while moments of sadness are regularly around me, I have become better and happier as I age. In fact, I think I am becoming more intelligent (if that's possible*), as I think about things. I'm not too interested in Einstein's Theory of Relativity, or how he figured that out, but at this point in my life if I wanted to learn more about it, I would try to. 🙂
Thank you. Life is a gift and I am thankfully coping as best I can. Thanks for your post.
*By becoming "more intelligent," I mean that instead of becoming duller as some consider old age to happen, I have become more satisfied and capable of looking at a problem. Not speaking of my I.Q. 🙂

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