My legs are well looked after. A brahmacari (monk) from Ujain, gives daily massages before the night's rest. Normally I get a decent reflexology session by walking the uneven terrain (not today unfortunately). I keep ankles and feet covered with thick socks during sitting times. Mosquitoes look at your ankles like succulent drum-sticks. It is also doctor's recommendation to have my legs above the level of my head. So I kick those lower limbs up to where two walls meet allowing my blood to flow down. Apparently this is a way to treat varicose veins. Tiny as they are, they are a part of my karmic reality.
It is important to get a good footing in life. To do so, you should identify with your natural dharma, your natural psycho-physical nature and engage yourself accordingly.
I was sitting with two people I much admire - Anuttama and Jayananda both from DC - and we were talking just briefly about two passions. I mentioned about my love for walking and also my love for working with youth and engaging them in drama.
Anuttama is a good teacher. He's in his element. He delivers classes in spiritual leadership. He does it well. Jayananda is a teacher in the area of puja (rituals for the deities). They are both very grounded - kind of people because they are engaged according to their own propensity.
Find a good footing in life and balance like two feet, your spiritual and material endeavours.
May the Source be with you!