Eagles
There’s an old fable about eagles when they reach a certain age where descent of life naturally follows. It tells of a choice eagles can make to either accept the beginning process of dying, or to fly to the top of a mountain and begin the painful process of breaking themselves down for cellular regeneration. The process includes banging their beaks and talons against rocks to break them down and pulling their feathers out. It’s up to the eagle whether the risk outweighs reward. They can chose a longer life renewed or they can accept declination toward death. Choosing a renewed life is a painful, it’s a gamble with multifaceted risks ranging from extended injuries to…