Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Cures For Aging

A middle aged woman was furious with her doctor who said he could do nothing for her condition. She decided to find another doctor to help her. During the interview she said, “My last doctor refused to treat my condition which is unacceptable. So I decided to change and see if you can help me.

Her new doctor asked what condition she had. The woman pointed to wrinkles at the sides of her eyes and said, “I watched my mother get old and I won’t have it. What can I do to avoid aging?”

The new doctor looked at her for a long time and then she said, “There is only one thing that is a sure cure. Which terminal disease would you like to have?”
Many people cringe at the thought of wrinkles, hair loss, creaking bones and other nasty problems that come with aging bodies. They spend a huge amount of money on creams, pills and equipment that usually does not work. But few would exchange those inconveniences for a terminal illness.
Each stage of life is a gift and the goal should be to grow old gracefully seeking love and blessings in each stage of our lives. Spiritual strength, peace of mind and prayer is the path for that grace in aging. One of the positive ways to face life changes is to develop a good sense of humor as you make your way along life’s path. Enjoy your day that God has given you.

1 comment:

  1. None of it really matters for our physical appearance does not get us into heaven.