Ronald Higdon

Aging Is Not Optional – How We Handle It Is

In a youth-oriented culture where old age is almost regarded as the unpardonable sin, there is not much space in our daily lives for the discussion of the one reality that is inescapable — aging.

This book brings the good news that discussions about aging can bring new purpose, meaning, and hope to all of life — regardless of your present age. It is a book filled with perspectives and suggestions that can make the advancing years truly golden in the sense of satisfaction, meaning, and fulfillment. Come along with the author (who is 80+ years old) on the journey through this book and see if it was worth the trip. You may be surprised at the number of discoveries and new insights you will find which can enlighten and enliven all of the remaining days of your life.

Aging Is Not Optional includes challenging questions for reflection and discussion. It's suitable for individual or small group use, or for a church study.
140 printed pages
Original publication

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