Growth is a physiological gesture, an expression of a visceral and cellular self. Just like a thought, growth is not a tangible object in a linear world but rather a vessel of potential creativity that, when put in sequence, translates into our living physical (health) history. Can we experience our changing bodies as creative gestures of physiological self expression, rather than aging, failing, and disappointing systems?
Our body is the only physical vehicle we have in this life. Without it the part of us that we identify with as self would have no vessel to live in and therefore we would no longer be here.