This book explores the purpose of aging. What does God have for us in allowing us in allowing us to get older? Surely, there is more to look forward to than death. Those of us who survive into the older years no longer focus on productivity or making more money. We're now free to discover that God has distinctive lessons for us to learn and to share with the younger generation. This is also a book about the author's personal journey as he has struggled with his fears, anxieties, and questions of aging, and learns to joyfully embrace the last third of life as an adventure. Cecil interviewed more than 100 people who were at least 45-years old with the question "What do you see as the most positive thing about aging?".
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Date:January 4, 2007
Prior to reading Cecil Murphey's book "Aging is an Attitude," I felt that I was in a race against time with death trying to overtake me. Since reading his book I now have a new "attitude" about aging. I am no longer resigned to experiencing death, but to experiencing more and more of life.