Words from Dic(tionary)
Ageless: (adj) never growing or appearing to grow old e.g.: the town retained its ageless charm.
What is ageless?
To me there is one idea that is ageless, accompanied by other things that are spawned because of the value of that golden truth: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”
Once we decide to call that ageless, we therefore come up with the notion that “NoOne is better than anyone else.”
And if THAT’S true, we can relax and stop trying to appear superior to others.
Not needing to be superior to others, we don’t have to evangelize the world with our particular rendition of truth.
Given that extra time free from evangelizing, we can become creative–pursuing art, science and solutions.
With this blessed time provided, we also discover powerful ways to make our lives better and enrich the surrounding atmosphere.
And now that the world is convinced we are out to contribute instead of sucking the life out of everything, nature itself becomes more generous.
Because we’ve honored Mother Nature, Father God feels quite able to embrace us as His children.
No longer orphaned or feeling rebellious to a universe that was once our enemy, we calm down.
As we calm down, we feel less need to compete and more desire to congeal.
As we congeal, race, nationality, religion and physical differences become unimportant–almost comical.
Laughing at ourselves, we welcome a world of joy.
Joy increases our strength.
Stronger, we go out to use our energy to build instead of destroy.
No longer needing to destroy, we start thinking of ways to take the weaker among us and make them valuable.
Because everyone is considered valuable, we find it much easier to “do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”
What is ageless is the power to believe in the idea of equality BEFORE it makes complete sense.
When we do so, some of the wrinkles in our society–and maybe even on our faces–disappear.