April 20, 2013

Aging Brain.


When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.

For a small, fortunate few, at age ninety, memory can improve rather than decline. Aging is like a ragged army, in which cells advance ahead of others, but the whole army moves at a snail's pace and with great stealth. 

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  1. Trini Rebollo del Barrio

    Lo quiero traducido al español así no me entero

  2. David Jones

    my Grandmother's cognitive abilities were fully intact before her stroke. she may have had some minimal short term memory that interfered with her taking her medication which ultimately lead to her untimely death at 91 years young. adults at this age need their family to make sure that they are getting what they need. I will always feel anger for those who neglected her and stood in our way of helping each other.her sister is 96 and these two were always considered the meanest of the 13-14 siblings ! hahaha. they were the best of the best and the meanest one is still standing! hahaha,Long Live Aunt Bethel. I know when I go to visit her, there will be Comet sprinkled in the bathroom sink,and we will sit at the kitchen table having something to drink. Their youngest sister Ollie survived Hurricane Katrina and had one of the few homes that remained intact in Bay St.Louis-proabbaly because she was in the eye of the storm conducting the entire hurricane with her will to live !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!LOL hahahaha.....GoddessByTheWaterfall/MoonCloud/Stands With Fists/Cherokee Nation

  3. Jane Davis

    My Big Sister turns 90 in July, and her memory is good..love her--

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