PONDER on THIS for Thursday, April 30th, 2015 by Wayne W. Dyer in WISDOM OF THE AGES

“Contemplate your physical self and all its possessions, and practice laughing peacefully at it all. Time has only leased them to you. As you read the poetry of the greats who preceded you here, this theme will crop up repeatedly. The battle is often perceived as being between death and life, chance and choice. And yes, time and eternity. Yet you are here now and you can stop perceiving it as a battleground. Instead make peace with time. Laugh at its work, and know your laughter does not make you a victim. Observe from your eternal perspective that the observer is immune to time.”

Wayne W. Dyer, in “Wisdom of the Ages”

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