Beloved one, there has been a request that I speak of youthening instead of aging. No matter how many years you have garnered, you are still in essence the innocent child who goes forth to experience and sometimes races ahead of the wind, allowing yourself to know that you are the wind in expression as well.
There are a few of what you would call secrets to youthening, and the greatest of these is to be in joy. Be as the young child who looks on everything as a new discovery: “What new thing can I play with? What new thing can I take apart and put back together again?” Be innocent. Innocence means to not know; in other words, to be innocent means not knowing everything that the world teaches but to be as teachable as the young child who wants to know.