This inspirational book is intended for readers of any age, but particularly suited to older people. It is written to encourage those who have reached the later years of life, whether rich or poor, to live life, and live fully.
Each of us have a need to clarify what a full life means. To some the goal may seem to be restless activity - rush, rush, rush from one exciting (or perhaps boring) activity to another. This may be due to a desire to seem as young and active as one’s children or grandchildren, an unwillingness to face the reality of one’s years.
In other groups the opposite may be true. The older person may feel he has always worked hard and now is going to really rest and let the rest of the world continue without him. This attitude leads to equal dissatisfaction.
What then is the solution? Are we meant to drift aimlessly, snatching at every advertised key to our problem? Or are we meant to just sit in the sun and gradually rust and disintegrate until inertia completes our death?
For a few weeks or months let us share our problems, our thoughts, our challenges. What conclusions can we look for?
How can we enjoy an Abundant Life?