This month of February, I have written about building resilient work relationships and resilient marriage/love relationships. But there is one relationship we often take for granted: our bodies.
This amazing shell that we carry around with us is comprised of approximately 60% water and some 60,000 miles of veins, capillaries and arteries. While bone size and density vary in gender and age, when all is said and done, a cremated body fills up a good-size zip lock bag! I know. I have handled the funeral for my mother as well as two other seniors. We have a body of paradoxes.
Just as resilient relationships require tending, listening, appreciating, and celebrating, so too do our bodies. Here are some practices that I’ve discovered can increase the energy capacity and strength of our physical frame.
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