Get Happier as You Get Older
Most have the mistaken belief that aging has to bring unhappiness. Studies show that people actually get happier as they get older.
If you could live to 100 in good health and could actually become happier with each passing year, would you want to strive to achieve the remarkable distinction and honor of becoming a Centenarian?
For most of us this is really new thinking. This thought had probably never even crossed my mind until my Mom fell and broke her hip at 87. My journey of helping Mom introduced me to a group of elderly ones who made me stop and think. So many of these folks were in a sad state of affairs with no mobility, poor health, and sad countenances. Others were a joy to be around, were optimistic about life and eager to have friends. I wanted to know the secrets of the oldest of the old who still loved life and lived in health. What should I be doing right now to end up on Happy Rd.
Desire of His Heart
At age 85 Oscar Wilmeth decided he wanted to live to 100. A near fatal car wreck and many more obstacles came to stop him. At 98 he booked a ballroom for his Centenarian Celebration. “I did everything I could to take care of myself and tried to get information on the latest developments in vitamins and all those new fangled devices to help with function, short of a wheelchair – I drew the line there.” ~ Oscar Wilmeth
Unless Jesus comes before the years pass, each one of us will become older and older and older. It is hard to imagine this when we are younger; and …………
People who have reached
a remarkable milestone: 100 years of living
LIFE SPAN =
The maximum age obtainable for the
species defined by the longest living individual
Why not begin now planning to be stronger and healthier next year than you are now. In today’s world of fast food and little exercise, old age is hitting younger and younger. Let’s make old age wait.
I have decided to focus another month on the stories and findings of Living Long and Strong. Don’t miss the free report on the research I have done on this fascinating group of people. There are seven secrets uncovered.
Faith sees the invisible, believes the impossible,
and receives the incredible. ~ Dr. Caroline Leaf