Staying Young at Heart

Grow OldRegardless of what is going on in your life, you must make an effort to have fun, as much as possible. This is especially true for those who may be going through stressful situations, such as financial problems, personal problems, or perhaps just have a very busy schedule.  Over the years, I have seen and heard of many who have lost their zest for life. They get into a routine and before you know it, they’re figuratively sitting in a rocking chair, wearing a shawl.  “I don’t have time for this”, “I’m too tired to do that”, “I’m too old to try that”.  It’s sad to see people let life pass them by.

Don’t let your chronological age stop you. In fact, sometimes a person’s chronological age may not even be a factor. I’ve seen some  “young” people act the same way. Instead, do as many fun things as possible, regardless of how big or small they may be – take a trip, join a club, go dancing, take up a new hobby, learn something new, meet new people, etc. Whether you do it alone or with someone, if you partake in the many wonderful things that life has to offer, it will make your life more fulfilling, make you a happier person, and keep you young at heart. DON’T STOP PLAYING! 

I have received many responses to many of the posts on this blog, thus far. However, may I request that you please reply in the comment section of the blog  – as opposed to on Twitter, Facebook, emails, etc. – so that all responses will be together. Your comment may be helpful to others who come across something that they can relate to. You can comment anonymously.

Thank you and many blessings.


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