Age an interesting topic; particularly how people view their age. People in their 50’s complaining about getting older, aches and pains, needing to be more careful and the like. Getting skittish-afraid of that bone break or some other consequence that comes with taking chances. Maybe they have been there, done that, and don’t feel a need anymore, but many times, people simply stop living a bold life.
When this attitude settles in, another attitude can take hold; the small knot in your stomach that says the best is over, that this is just the way it is, that it’s time to relax now and enjoy yourself. You’ve done what you needed to do. But there is something else in you, there is more to do and you know it, but either you don’t know what ‘it’ is or else you’re afraid.
Push through it and come out the other side. If you feel you have more to give, you do. If you feel that there is something else, there is. If you have an unsettled feeling like it’s now or never, make it now.
Don’t settle into fear. Make a conscious decision to live a bold life.
I have no idea who wrote this, but it’s been on my refrigerator for years, with the line about being a mid-life role model highlighted.
Invite joy and pleasure into your everyday life without expecting someone else to deliver it.
Find the courage to forgive the past and move on with your vibrant self.
Resist the temptation to limit yourself to what you think is possible and attract all the abundance, love, pleasure, and prosperity that you desire.
Become a mid-life role model, whose life includes freedom, fulfillment, and fun.
Let go of what you have outgrown that no longer serves you—the roles and relationships that hold you back and take more energy than they give you.
Consciously turn off destructive negativity and release old resentments, anger, hurt, self-doubt, and guilt, so you can cultivate your sensual, joyful self.
Embrace the healing powers of pleasure so you can boost your immunity, help prevent chronic degenerative diseases, and keep physically strong and healthy as you age.
There is really nothing else to say, is there?