The ageing process doesn’t necessarily prevent us from growing more, so, regularly, whatever your age, ask yourself is there further work to be undertaken, other avenues to pursue, fresh landscapes to explore? Then act before it’s too late. Life is just too precious for us to waste.
Ageing doesn’t necessarily prevent us from exploring new outlets, fresh undertakings, but a lack of passion does. So stay passionate, stay engaged, whatever your age.
Staying engaged, attending mindfully to every day that filters through your life is a ‘must’ – a prerequisite for living a rounded, more nourishing life.
Ageing, per se, doesn’t necessarily curtail our intellectual inquiry, only a lack of engagement, a distinct lack of passion does that.
The depth and breadth of your personal ‘landscape,’ built over many years of curiosity and rigorous inquiry will, undoubtedly, be your salvation.
We are all called to cultivate curiosity and inquisitiveness in our dealings with our lives in order to prolong them.
Even as we age in the later years there is still more life, new, fresh life to engage with, to reinvigorate and renew us. Make certain this happen for you!
The greatest gift we can be given – that we can also cultivate and develop – is passion, a passion for life, a passion to engage, a passion to fully live.
We mustn’t allow the ageing process to ‘rob’ us of our passion, our continuing desire to make more of our lives.. A life that is still evolving and developing, even in later life.
In any moment, at any stage of our lives, we can search out new initiatives, fresh perspectives to give us further growth as individuals.
Sometimes life’s ‘instructions’ are disguised as life’s ‘difficulties.’
We must always try and see our ‘problems’ as ‘feedback,’ corrective markers there learn from, to get us back on track.
Always avoid being disheartened by the ‘disturbances’ that seem to just drift our way. Negativity ( which is often our natural response ) will not serve us well here. What we need to do is ‘unbolt’ the issue and see what it’s trying to say to us – what its intentions are. Then we can shape our response accordingly in reaching out for a positive outcome.