Active Retirement   Leave a comment

shutterstock_84989635“Man … is never deprived of the capacity to express right activity”

Many people today are concerned about retirement. Too often those who face this experience develop a feeling of anxiety, for they believe they have reached a period of uselessness and inactivity. It is not the passage of years, but the fear of old age, with what they believe will involve inactivity, that burdens their thinking. It is not time itself, but the constant fretting and worrying about the passage of time that account for much of what is called the signs of old age.  Read More

This article, Active Retirement by Benjamin Leckron, was originally published in the Christian Science Sentinel.  It is now available on JHS-online.

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