Aging I

May your years be counted not by your age but by how you spend your days. (Catherin Pulsifer, author)

As we experience each birthday, many of us begin to think more seriously about the passing of time and how much of the future we will have to enjoy life. How much better it is to look at life one day at a time and determine to make the best possible use of that day, perhaps to increase our learning and experience or to find ways to encourage and enhance the lives of others.

In the few days of our meaningless lives, who knows how our days can best be spent? (Ecclesiastes 6:12)