CHAPTER 10 SUSTAINING VITALITY: MANAGING YOUR CHANGING SELF IN A CHANGING WORLD
“I find that having a goal that’s a bit dangerous is important to keep me going. The danger is not necessarily a physical one, but one that pushes me to achieve something new where success is not guaranteed.”
—SIXTY-EIGHT-YEAR-OLD RETIRED PHYSICIAN ENROLLED AS A UNIVERSITY FRESHMAN FOR A BACHELOR’S IN MUSIC
“My parents both retired and waited to die. This wasn’t the ticket for me. Until my last breath, I want to be engaged in life. So I started taking yoga classes and began a new business helping clients redecorate their homes to be in harmony with their soul’s desire.” ...