Listen: Lois, Zaman discussed on More to Life with Faith and Lois
"Right. And if we want to keep learning if our goal in life is that we either learn something new on a regular basis whether it's every day or in a season. This is a piece of that. And we can't learn expand without introducing new thoughts new ideas from someplace else that is. So fascinating language in our everyday. That would be awesome also be creative. And I don't know what that looks like for you. I think sometimes we be creative people go. Well, I'm not really artistic well, you can be creative in so many different ways. And I encourage you to look at. What brings you joy? I mean, it might be decorating your house, or if you know faith, it might be the presence that she wraps with such decorum or the way she puts together cards. I mean, those kinds of things just bring out the joy that's inside. You that is created. Yeah. You have to find the things that really awaken within you. And whatever that is. And whether it's baking or you are an artist like my granddaughter in just works at it every single day do something that expresses what's inside of you and find what that is and live out because it's a gift and you're leaving a legacy in it. And then go outside yelling. However, you can enjoy nature do it. I mean, some of us live in climates where it's extremely cold in the winter. And yet we can find ways to bundle up and get out and still enjoy the elements. Some of you live in an area where it's absolutely beautiful and warm. You can go out with very little on. Enjoy the elements. But the idea being you get something else to give you stimulation that allows you appreciate where you are in life. And that's the whole point of this discussion that we're having here. Yes, we're ever you live. There's beautiful creation all around to find it walk in it, smell it experience it and take it in because it changes your perspective, and when we can change our everyday perspective into seeing the broader picture of life that gives us life. And that's what we use the outdoors, and they are to give us his a new image of life. And at the end of it, all what do we leave behind or to our friends, or if we relocate what is the aroma that follows us as we leave a neighborhood that also is part of this growing and aging gracefully that we take so much in that we give so much back that that's what we leave people that they understood. That we love living life, whatever that looks like exactly you are not going to be remembered, and this is not to be more. But but you're not going to be remembered for the beauty that you carried on the outward appearance. What is going to be remembered is what you left your kindness? Your goodness your charitable heart. The things that you expressed in created then your brilliance in offering something a helping hand there's so many things that we can leave as a legacy. But if we are so fixated in afraid of the actual body aging, the reality is it's going to be buried or it's going to be cremated. And that's not going to live on. But your legacy will people will remember you for who you are. And for the things that you did. And that is the beauty of aging it should mature over the years have -solutely. And when you Zaman these things and look at life from. Whether or not your relationships are strong or your health, practices or your brain. What starts to happen is that you don't obsess about the next year that you're facing? And and that's when you realize how much you have to offer. And that's what we encourage you in our podcasts. More life Hm. No matter what your age. We welcome you to our year of transitions on more to life with faith and Lois.."