In the past, I had a negative image of having fun while dating. I thought that if I told men I wanted to have fun they wouldn't take me seriously. But what I have found is just the opposite.
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Finding something new to do every month is not as easy as it sounds. Unless of course you're willing to hang from a wire with a trapeze harness wrapped around and between your legs.
When was the last time you had fun? Can you remember? Where did your fun go?
We can be as young as we choose to be -- perhaps not in every way and not all the time, but deep down and where it matters the most.
One of my favorite "secrets of adulthood" is: "Just because something is fun for other people, doesn't mean it's fun for me, and vice versa." This sounds simple, but it actually was a huge breakthrough for me.
Life's too short; we all should enjoy it to the utmost. So how can we begin living healthier, more fulfilling lives?
The word "fun" has its origin in the word "fool." Erasmus, that witty, theology-inclined philosopher of Renaissance Europe, claimed that life is worth living because of its foolishness.
Today a student pulled me aside after class to "remind me of something I had said"... I braced myself -- literally gripped the side of the teaching platform.
I hope you enjoy these Eight Principles for Having Fun, and are inspired to bring more fun into your own life in 2010 and beyond!
Kids can be our best teachers. We should remember to be more like them. Yoga can help us get back to that child-like state, but as a conscious adult.
We are wired for 'village style' community lifestyles at the very core. Fundamentally, we long to belong.
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