Have you ever watched a family walk in the park? The young children skip, dart forward and run with exuberance and abandon. Meanwhile the adults trail behind. Their shoulders are slumped and they plod along shouting cautions to their kids.
The family continues around the path until they reach an overhang over the pond in the park that is made up of wooden planks. When the children reach this area they immediately drop to the ground on their bellies and they peer through the gaps in the planks and shout excitedly each time they get a glimpse of a fish. The parents sit on a bench and watch. There is no way they are going to get down on the dirty wood surface on their stomachs.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could find a way to rediscover the enthusiasm and zest for life that we had as children?