The Art of Being Present

When we’re in our 60s and 70s–our retirement years, those are our “Golden Years” when we have the time and means–and should do–the many of the things that we couldn’t afford to, or didn’t have the time to do, when we still had to work for a living.

When we’ve reached our 80s and 90s, those are our “Out to Pasture” years when activity should no longer be of essence in our life. Those are the years to study and reflect, and prepare ourselves for the next phase of our immortality.

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