Insights on Aging from 5 World Religions
“The spectrum of human life needs to be appreciated. That is what we are creating — a whole culture where that is happening. I joke that I don’t necessarily like the word “retirement” because it has a quality that one is disengaged. Obviously, at a livelihood level there are reasons that people retire at a certain age and so forth, but you can’t really retire from life. Our perspective is that we continue to grow, and that as we get older it is actually more and more important how we handle our mind, and how we regard who we are and what we are doing. There is a quality of knowing that this is a journey that might take many lifetimes, and that we are in this life now, engaged in this amazing experience. Right now we are trying to create a culture where at every level we can reflect, re-engage, and try to understand what we can do. “Aging in an Enlightened Society” --Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche
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