Develop New Pathways to Flourish

Posted by in Now and Then on Jul 10, 2012

As we age our bodies lose mobility. It is a slow and insidious process that occurs over years. Our joints become inflamed, our connective tissue hardens, and we lose our agility and our mobility. This occurs so gradually and so slowly that it’s a surprise when we awake to find that we have lost quality of life.

This is what has occurred with our republic. It has lost its vigor of youth. Our systems and controls have lost their flexibility. We now find difficulty and discomfort in supporting ourselves. Unfortunately the systems and controls in place represent jobs and entitlements. As the body responds to a blood clot we’ll have to develop new pathways to flourish.

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