In some ways, the process of controlling one’s weight reminds us of the process of controlling one’s life. It requires discipline, self-control, consistency and patience. But we all know that patience doesn’t come naturally to most of us, especially those of us who share a Western European or North American heritage. We live life in the “fast lane” and patience requires us to slow down and enjoy the journey as well as the destination.
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Even the process of losing weight provides us with small moments of joyous revelation occurring along the way. Like last month when I realized that my thighs were no longer hitting each other when I was walking, or last week when I noticed that I hadn’t touched or even wanted to drink the 2-Litre bottle of regular Root Beer left in my refrigerator after the Fourth of July celebrations. Or the first time I made it all the way through a one hour aerobics class. These are moments to cherish which will not come again, yet if I fume over the fact that i lost “only” a pound or half pound this week, I will miss the joys of the journey.
I’m a science fiction fan. I was watching Babylon 5 a couple of weeks ago on the Sci-Fi Channel. Marcus, a sort of interstellar knight errant, and Commander Susan Ivannova, career military, are talking about something and Ivannova mentions that a certain alien language, Minbari, is a beautiful language. Marcus says, “I could teach you.” Ivannova begs off saying, “Oh, no, I couldn’t. It would take me a year to learn.” To which Marcus responds, “And how old will you be next year if you don’t learn Minbari?”
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