No matter how committed we are in our younger years to being healthy in body, mind and spirit, the aging process can be disillusioning.

But let’s “DIS” (verbto show disrespect for; affrontthat “ILLUSION” (noun-something that deceives by producing a false or misleading impression of reality) and look at some ways we can celebrate these awesome years.

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Thank you for partnering with me as we choose to age gracefully together.

Psalm 71:17-19 (CEV)
You have taught me since I was a child,
and I never stop telling about your marvelous deeds.
Don’t leave me when I am old and my hair turns gray.
Let me tell future generations about your mighty power.
Your deeds of kindness are known in the heavens.
No one is like you!

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  1. Great site! And such a positive attitude. I’m still in my mid 30’s but hope to be able to age gracefully when the time comes. I want to stay healthy but sometimes it’s hard when you live a busy lifestyle. I’m sure I’ll be reading more tips on you in your future posts. Keep up the good work!

  2. I do so believe one should embrace their age, yes the grey is there, the wrinkles, the rolls but I have always tried to take each day and make the most of it you may not have another.

  3. My mother always told me during my younger years that I was in too much of a hurry to grow up and that soon I would look back on my life and wonder where all the time had gone. I was in such a hurry to reach each milestone that I forgot to enjoy the journey. Now that I’m 50, I look back and wonder where all the time has gone, just like my mother said I would. She was so right.

    My grand mother just celebrated her 100th birthday and I always have looked up to her picture of good health, both mental and physical and used it as a model for my own life. But now, I see that her health is better than mine! Aging gracefully? Her, yes. Me, no. But I’d certainly like to believe it is not to late for this old dog to learn a few new tricks.

    I have bookmarked your site and I will return to see what other treasures I can find.

    God Bless,
    Rae Anne

  4. WOW!

    This is the kind of work and information that , to me, characterizes the development that is happening so quietly in the human race in this age….

    It’s far away from the shrieking headlines and dramatic news, which is why we don’t even realize it may be happening to the vast majority…….!

    Thank you, Brooke, for working with one of the issues, whose time has come….

    Best Regards

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