Aging is a gift. It means we’ve been given the time to enjoy family, friends, hobbies, work. But growing older means we also give things up: our memories may fade, as well as physical abilities. How does one accept the “losses” that come with aging while still remaining grateful for the years he or she has been gifted? In this large print CareNote, author Linus Mundy offers ways to face our later years with hope and purpose in sections titled: “List the ‘bads’ and the ‘goods,'” “Focus on the most important thing: Life,” “In the Time of Your Life, Live, Honor your wisdom,” and “Stay connected with people, with God, with creation.”
By Linus Mundy
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