By the time we reach the “golden” years — the decade of the 60s — we have lived most of our lifespan. We have developed our professional lives, perhaps working the same job and living in the same house for many years. We may have never married, experienced the tragedy of widowhood, or the gray divorce. Whether we have children at home, or we’ve raised the next generation, we still check “Single” on all the status boxes.
Most of us have planned financially, saved frugally and dedicated ourselves to exercise so we can enjoy our last years. Of course, life can always throw a curve ball and we need to be flexible. But it’s also a good idea to enjoy where we are in life and find happiness for the days we have left.
What are some of the ways we can see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living? (Psalm 27:13)
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