I asked my son, Dagan, if he moved a lot of stuff today. His job involves a lot of moving stuff, fixing stuff, changing stuff. He said he has machines that move him while he moves stuff. At the plant that he works there is a constant flow of stuff moving. It is a plastics factory. He said that sometimes he has to take stuff apart just to throw it away because the company that bought out the old company doesn’t want that stuff even though at one time it was very expensive stuff.
I told him he must feel tremendously fulfilled because moving stuff is the purpose of living for humans. How lucky he is that he could move so much stuff at work. What a great job he has that it enables him to move stuff.
He would rather be driving his limo.
food for thought: Moving stuff can alter aging. By consciously moving stuff (in the mind) out of old patterns and into a new place of perception actual physical signs of the reversal of aging occur.