Today a close friend is sixty and another is seventy and I wake to feel I’m living in the Wonder Years. The phrase pops to mind though I never saw the show aired in the 80’s and focused on the 60’s, but now I realize it fits this time of my life
It is a time of wonder. There’s a pause in the breath, a time to wonder with a rainbow spread of awe: what comes next?
I wake in the morning grateful for the immersed touch of life, cells popping, and breath moving in and out, tracing paths of wonder. What is being now?
Yesterday I watched a Ted Talk by David Eagleman. Can We Create New Senses for Humans? Yes, we can. Watch this and feel possibility and perception expand. In a world of wonder, each day is a celebration of birth and death, expansion and contraction, youth and age.