Considering how to move through the time that's left
It's so funny how we identify with certain ages, mind and body. I love this post. I personally find so much more peace as I age in my mind and even spirit (body ... eh, that's a different story, but there has to be balance). I have this on my wall, which some think is morbid, but I find it remarkably helpful to remind myself how precious each day is: https://waitbutwhy.com/2014/05/life-weeks.html
I love how once again, different lives, different journeys, different instances of "time & space' but yet, here we are arriving, in this moment, in this same wave length. I totally resonate with this after coming back from my eldest daughter & son's (in law) wedding, with all four of my adult kids, some grandkids, elder siblings, and "new" family & friends in one beautiful backyard on a Wisco (WI) thunderstorm night still under New Moon energies, travels to & fro, 2 marriage journey memories with their particular (by chance & choice) last dance song played on the dance floor, wrapping it all up on my 58th year, on a flight back from the Midwest, feeling Great Lakes homesick, it hit me! It all flashed both past my outer and inner eye; and I knew & felt what I was bearing witness to... all this Life and how I have loved it all! It felt a bit like the movie Everything, Everywhere, All At Once, if you know that reference? What will the next decades or years look like? It has taken 3 days to intregrate this experience and I am so thankful. With open-ended questions which Life requests of me much more these days, I do know for sure that I am committed to loving Life with all I Am and All to BE. Beyond that, not sure what else really matters that much. Thanks David.
Aging is interesting! I enjoyed your take on it--even though, to me, you are still a youngster. Always enjoy your insights. I feel better now than I did at 50, (20 years ago) and you have inspired me to start walking again. Thanks!