With age comes health - more from Robert Bly
Continuing on this book and the general theme of manhood, is the natural aging process. As I share this..., age is (or has been) creeping up on me; the realities that my physique is morphing into an older version without any chance of reversal or "anti-aging". I can pretend that I am younger but then there is reality, right?
In Iron John, Robert Bly remarks, "I know men who are healthier at fifty than they've ever been before, because a lot of their fear is gone."
In this potential fear-less aging is mental or emotional maturity, "because a lot of fear is gone."
What fear(s) do I mean? To answer that, I ask another question:
What fear(s) do you have?
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