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Aging and the Mind
There’s a hugh difference in age between a gentleman friend and myself. When men are older than women it seems acceptable. But I’m older than this guy. How do I handle this? -J.C.

A. Dear J.C. Short of asking Demi Moore’s take on this: “Age” implies time and the only “past” or “future” is created by choice of thought. So, if you’re spending more of your time in the Present and less in trying to live your life in the past or the “future”, then you might find that there’s a big difference between chronological and biological “aging.” When we learn to enjoy our Now, we establish a foundation for enjoyable future “Nows” There are people age 80, who think and therefore look and feel age 50 - or younger. On the other hand, there are people who may be 50 and they think, feel and believe, 80, and this becomes their “reality”. We cannot buck the Universal “Law of Attraction” ( “As ye sow, so shall ye reap.”).

The “bottom line” here, J.C., is that it is none of your business what others think about “age.” Your “work” is to be “Self-ish,” meaning be your Self. You can do this by noticing what feels good and what doesn’t feel good. We don’t need to talk ourselves into a relationship - or anything else. Always choose good! Your intuition will guide you - if you don’t ignore it and “drag others into the equation” of how you intend to feel and be. When you no longer feel guilty about you being YOU (the “kingdom within”), then there can be no more challenges.

You haven’t mentioned how you and this gentleman feel about each other, however, when you love, appreciate and feel good about your Self then, under the “Law of Attraction,” who will be in your life will match that vibration. Who is in your life, now, is a match for your current average self-picture and beliefs!
We’ll leave you with some words of wisdom from the ancient Chinese, “I Ching”:

“A relationship should be based upon a
two-way, spontaneous, affection.”

In Oneness, Dennis


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