March On

centenarians bdOld Age is Not for Sissies

Art Linkletter says, “Old age isn’t for sissies.”

I realize this more and more as I am around the beautiful oldest of the old folks at Appletree Court Assisted Living where my 95 year old mom is. I am inspired by their smiles and their courage to face each day.

The following poem was found as I did extensive research a few years back on Centenarians (those who have reached the remarkable old age of 100). This research resulted in a Free Report, which I created telling the stories of many of these remarkable Centenaries I studied. Some secrets to long life were uncovered in this study. You will find them in the Free Report offered as a gift this month.


The Will to Live
The Courage to Grow Oldmarch

We should not drag our feet
When time commands, “March on”‘
We should step out briskly,
Within our hearts, a song.
Our memory is a mirror
Through which we view the past
With melancholy pleasure
But such moments cannot last.
We have to face the future
With joys and griefs unknown;
Let spiritual growth continue
So we do not walk along.

~ Mary Edwards Renaker, 100
Lexington, Kentucky

Don’t Miss Out on the Deeply Discounted Course

You can learn how to implement the seven secrets of the oldest of the old with the newly revised and very deeply discounted Pathway to Living Long and Strong EBook and Workbook this month.

Click to learn more: longandstrong course

Dani Rotramel

Dani Rotramel

I’m Dani Rotramel. I am a Christian and for the past 44 years have loved helping others (especially women) learn simple strategies to go to the next level in their fitness and health.

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