“My ideas about time all developed from the realization that if nothing were to change we could not say that time passes.  Change is primary, time, if it exists are all, is something we deduce from it.”  Julian Barbour

I can’t believe it’s been three weeks since I have published anything!  Time does pass quickly, and as I do not write, I am ever more aware of the ticking of the clock and the passage of time.  Life is so short and I want to extract every moment that I can from it!  I am sorry that I haven’t written but I am also happy that I have enjoyed these few weeks of summer to their fullest!

As time, and especially this month, continues to roll on, I grow even more aware of time.  On August 4, I am happy to say that I will be donating my right kidney to my cousin, Shelby.  We are planning a fundraiser at the studio this Saturday – 108 Sun Salutations to be exact.  Before the day of surgery, my husband and I are going on vacation out west and will be enjoying Cheyenne Frontier Days.  It’s all so exciting but I know that time will surely pass just as it has and will continue to do.  I want to make the most of every day that I am given.

To live life fully, I believe that we each need to find a newness in the day, a task, a new challenge, a way to touch someone else’s life positively.  We need to learn, to grow, to push ourselves, to enjoy, to share, to love, to dream and to also be reflective and quiet at times.

How will you make the most of your days, which ultimately define and become your life?  For your pleasure, please watch the above video of a 96 year old dancer and world’s oldest yoga instructor.  If you are ever lacking for zest and love of life, you need look no further than this inspiring lady.  She will amaze you and will leave you with the realization that you, too, can be in love with life and as time passes, you can still stay completely in love with and in awe of your life!

Namaste!