Week 26 – Why getting older may be the best thing that’s ever happened to you.
I’m heading to London, Scotland, Austria, and Germany this fall for the I Can Do It conferences in October. I’d love to meet you there! For more info on each city, please visit my schedule page here.
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Topic of the Week
Why getting older may be the best thing
that’s ever happened to you.
It’s a beautiful morning and I’ve just plopped down in a comfy chair on the deck overlooking my backyard. I enjoy starting the day by listening to the birds as the early light slowly brightens the sky. I love my home, my quiet life here, and the peace and contentment that comes from a daily routine. Isn’t it funny how, as we get older, simple things can bring so much peace and satisfaction to our lives?
Speaking of getting older, it’s a topic that’s been on my mind lately. While I live in a country that applauds youth, I’m developing a new appreciation for the gifts that aging has to offer. Sure, there are days when I discover new wrinkles and pine for the tautness of youth or, upon feeling tired, begin to worry about running out of energy. But, for the most part, I’m finding real value and pleasure in the aging process.
Here’s some of what I love…
With so much emphasis on staying young, I think it’s important to stop and think about how the passing of time adds depth and meaning and substance to life. What if getting older is the best thing that’s ever happened to you?
This morning I’m celebrating the wisdom of aging and I invite you to join the party #x1F600;. Are you with me?
Take Action Challenge
I wonder what benefits you’re receiving from the passage of time? I’d love to hear about them. Stop by my Facebook Page and post your thoughts. I’ll be reading them throughout the day.
This week’s video has been seen by many and is a poignant reminder to make life special by sharing your love. You can find it here. Thanks, Terry!
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