The Fountain of Youth

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Here’s a “what-if” story.

I would imagine most everyone likes to think of one now and then.

Just look at all the people who say they are positive thinkers because they imagine the glass is always half full. If you stop to think about it for a moment, doesn’t it make much more sense – since the glass is only imaginary and it’s not like we are carrying the darn thing around in our hand – to make the glass completely full? How about overflowing, so that when the crap tries to land, it is simply washed away?

To take it one step further, what if you had that fountain of positivity in your heart all the time, nurturing your body and soul?

Now that’s what I call positive thinking.

Who says the fountain of youth can’t be right inside of us?

Back to the here and now: did you know that the diaphragm is one of the largest muscles in the body? Or that its connection to the heart is essential in helping it to function properly? It stands to reason that the more we activate the diaphragm, the stronger the heart, the richer the flow of blood, the more vibrant the body and the more your imaginary fountain of youth can overflow.

The beauty of this “what-if” is that it doesn’t have to have an ending. The more we learn about the diaphragm, the more chapters we can add to the story of our lives.

–The Dolly Lammy


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