Life Wisdom and Better Choices for the business of Living in CommonUnity.
Today I wonder...
Friday, November 18, 2011
Why is 62 considered an old age?
I'm thinking 62 is the new 40 – old enough to have outgrown the cocky immaturity of the 20s and the foolish egotism of the 30s, fresh enough to wonder what might come next, and not yet slowing down because of debilities, aging issues, or disappointments over life's possibilities.
In fact, this is the point of life that will never get old! I'm thinking this phase of living our FULLfillment can last forever.