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Happy and Healthy Aging in Golden Years

To live long may not be a blessing to many because there are many challenging thoughts and emotions that come with longevity. Indeed, many are living in their golden years as if nothing is a miracle. 

As you continue to advance in years, your golden years years (usually 65 or above) may not be that "golden" to you because you may be facing adversity and frailty commonly associated with aging. If you feel that your days seem long and dreary, and your months seem short and flitting, you may not be living as if everything is a miracle.

As If Everything Is A Miracle by Stephen Lau


This 125-page book is about wisdom in living as if everything is a miracle. Albert Einstein once said: "There are only two ways to live your life. One is as if nothing is a miracle. The other is as if everything is a miracle."

Life is a miracle; even your breath is a miracle in itself. To live your life as if everything is a miracle, you need wisdom of the body, the mind, and the soul. Life is a miracle; even your breath is a miracle in itself. To live your life as if everything is a miracle, you need wisdom of the body, the mind, and the soul. The mind provides the map for your body to go on your life journey, and your soul is the compass; without the compass and map, you are going nowhere, and you live your life as if nothing is a miracle. Learn how you can rethink your mind, renew your body, and reconnect your soul for realignment of your being to live your life as if everything is a miracle. Click here to download your copy from Amazon.

Living in the golden years may seem very challenging. But it doesn't have to be like that. It's all in your mind, which creates your own perspectives of aging. Do not stereotype yourself as old and decrepit. Your final chapter in life may turn out to be the golden years of your life -- the best of your life ever! You can do it if you empower yourself with wisdom in healthy aging, that is, knowing the secrets of how to live and happy and healthy life in your golden years. 

Physically, you will have aches and pains and short breaths if you live long enough. But it is what you think about what you are experiencing when you are getting old that really matters to you. Getting old may make you become self-enlightened with a greater understanding of life’s deeper meanings. 

Mentally, you may have fear of the unknown and the unwelcome. You may still be in good health and in good shape. However, back in your mind, there lurks the challenging thought that everything will not continue the way it is indefinitely: at some point in time your health will decline, and with its deterioration, everything in your life may soon fall apart. It is this challenging thought of unwelcome changes arriving suddenly and without warning that unnerves you. Suddenly, you are confronted with the naked truth that all that remains in your life is nothingness, except death, which will turn you into nothingness. But this mental fear may direct you to spirituality.

In life, you have opened as many doors as you have closed. You may have the challenging thought that this may be the one final door you will open, and then it will be closed on you for good. But even the last door may be closed behind you, live in the present moment to appreciate the many doors in your life that have been opened for you.

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Another challenge of getting old is retirement. Many have deferred their retirements for as long as they possibly can. Retirement is not for everybody. For many, the career itself has been all their dreams and goals, and there has been little life beyond their jobs. There is a saying: “The more of a somebody you once were, the more difficult it is to revert to being a nobody.” If you happen to be one of these individuals, retirement is rude awakening. Retirement is adding insult to the injury of getting old. But live your life as if everything is a miracle, and thus making new waves that may turn you into a news somebody instead of an anticipated nobody.

Longevity, after all, is a gift. Make the most of it. Longevity may be challenging, but you will be able to cross the bridge when you come to it if you are well prepared.

Your Golden Years and Santa Claus by Stephen Lau

This 252-page book is about the wisdom in living in the golden years. This is a comprehensive book on the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of successful aging. The book covers frailties and challenges encountered by many seniors in their golden years, such as vision loss, falling, memory impediment, breathing problems, health and money issues, among others. It shows you the wisdom to overcome or cope with them. In addition, it opens the doorway to making new waves to live a meaningful and purposeful life in your golden years. The wisdom is in using Santa Claus as your role model to believe in yourself, to think and act like Santa Claus.

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