Perhaps it is significant that, in Socratic terms, age begets enlightenment and, as we get older, we humans manage to appreciate all manner of things far more than we did in younger days. Our own experiences, and often subconscious reflexivity – the ability to learn from these experiences – provide a bedrock for us on
Taking it easy or just simply not doing so much any more is often an attractive option to people who have been previously active. However this attitude isn’t necessarily the best attitude when it comes to living a long and fruitful life. It has been recognised that the intention to do things is as good
I have been delving into a lot of background stuff at the moment. Apart from updating myself on latest research, data and articles on the topics of ageing, older adult well-being and lifelong learning in general, I am also dipping into some philosophy. These days, being of an enquiring mind is aided by modern technology.