Retirement! What Retirement?
This book is not only for those who have already retired or those who are about to retire, but also for those who still are far from a retirement age. Arent we all adding more birthdays and growing older! In any case, we dont need to feel old.
In this book, you will find inspirational thoughts on what aging means to all of us -- the young, the middle aged, and those who are in their later years. Since we have one life to live, we should make of the rest of it the most and best of it. Indeed, retirement is not retirement from life, but the beginning of a new life with new opportunities for meaning and significance.
Many books have been written on retirement. Some of them focus on understanding Social Security, Medicare benefits, insurance options, and investment portfolios. Some others target the tips for best housing solutions, best travel and vacation bargains, best shopping deals, and the like. This book is different. Its direct focus is to show how even more important the other aspects of life are -- aspects such as general physical-mental-emotional-spiritual well-being, creative pursuits, social support, deep faith and sense of purpose. It offers enlightening explanations on how to enjoy life to the fullest no matter what our circumstances are, and it provides practical spiritual guidance for the ways of staying alive and blessed all our life.
With its insightful reflections, uplifting propositions, warm style, captivating quotations, and engaging personal reflections and practical resolutions, Your New Adventure: Make the Most of the Rest of Your Life invites you to make the most of your retirement and life, and offers you the suggestions that you wont get from your financial and professional advisors. Such life wisdom will help you create the conditions for a happier retirement and a fuller life than all other material means -- important they might be -- can possibly offer. Aging well is living well all our life so that we are able to say, How good it was to be here! I truly have lived the fullness of life by being what my Creator meant me to be.