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Young at heart
I heard it again just the other day: "Youth is a state of mind." Most people would agree with that, yet there has to be more to it than simply maintaining a youthful attitude.
When we come across people who seem forever young, we often find, as well, a recognition, on their part, of their immortality. Not the immortality that drugs or surgery promise. Real immortality. Spiritual immortality. Today, along with people's constant thirst for knowledge, there is a more serious searching for spiritual, non-mortal, identity. Knowing of this innate spirituality results in a life progressively unrestricted by time and aging.
About the author
(Mark Swinney is a contributing editor.)
To Our Readers
William E. Moody
with contributions from William Rankin, Becky Bredwell, Sancy Nason Childs
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