"It's life and we're just recycled teenagers." - June Nasuti
I asked this friend of mine why there was so much stuff going on regarding health issues. She Immediately replied, "It's life and we're just recycled teenagers."
I mentioned that I always refer to older people as juniors that are barely just getting started in the game of life.
Actually, life always gives you a second chance but you have to flip the switch in your brain in order to enjoy the best years of your life. As you flip the switch, you will be moving towards your Y.
Years ago, I remember teaching in a junior high school. I hardly ever went into the staff room to spend time with my colleagues. The reason being is that they were continually looking at their watches and telling everyone how many years, months, days, hours, minutes and seconds remained until their retirement.
That drove me nuts.
So I spent most of my time with the students.
Unfortunately, today lots of those beautiful people are no longer around.
I imagine that they looked at retirement as some magical realm where they could do absolutely nothing.
Doing nothing might work for some people but doing nothing with no purpose for most people is a direct and speedy route to one’s demise.
If we flip the switch in our brain towards attirement and not retirement, we could enjoy the best years of our life.
The word retirement says it all, to withdraw or cease.
Deep down in everyone’s psychological house is the innate desire to do something worthwhile and purposeful.
Without this we are already dead.
I am going to suggest that we flip our switch towards attirement.
You won’t find that word in the dictionary anywhere as I invented it when I wrote the following:
Life Always Gives You A Second Chance
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