Monday, December 12, 2011

The Importance of Flexibility in Life

I want to be flexible in all aspects of life; flexible in time, mind, and body.
I want to bend but not break. I want to twist and turn, but not be tied.
Life is fast paced and rapidly changing directions. What was cool yesterday is lame and stupid today. New and shiny is just a day away from old and rusted.
To continue to move forward and follow your dreams you must adapt and change on a regular basis.
Sometimes life changes so fast we’re taken from it. We freeze up like an icicle because we don’t know what to do.
When you’re flexible it can hurt and leave you unguarded, but it’s worth it in the end. To be able to take what life gives you and then push back on your own terms is priceless.

My Mind

To have a flexible mind means being open to new ideas and philosophies. We hear many times what is crazy ends up being a game changer. Nothing is out of reach or unattainable. A flexible mind is healthy and creative. If you’re not open minded you will have no new ideas worth sharing.
When you have a flexible mind you’re open to learn that much more. Remember, having an open mind doesn’t mean going against what you believe in.

My Time

Our goal as humans is to have a flexible schedule to be able to do what we love and enjoy. Spending time with family, and engaging in the hobbies we’re passionate about is what’s important. The more we do these things, the happier we are, thus resulting in a happier life for us and the people we spend the most time with.
Some of the greatest experiences in my life are spur of the moment decisions. I was lucky enough to have an open schedule that allowed me to partake in life changing events I won’t ever forget. With how busy family and friends are these days it’s hard to plan anything. We want to be in control of our time, and it’s a great feeling to do what you want when you want.

My Body

Having a flexible body gives you better movement allowing you to move freely. Who doesn’t want this in life? No one wants to walk around like a stiff in pain. When you’re flexible you are faster and stronger. Your performance is better in everyday life, including sports, hobbies and even between the sheets. Flexibility prevents injury and helps keep us healthy.

What are you flexible at now, and what do you need to improve on?

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