When you have more yesterdays than tomorrows

Shhhh… She bent over the table, got close and whispered: “At this point in my life, I test the waters. If something doesn’t make me extremely happy, I leave.” This came from someone my age. She has, as I, more yesterdays than tomorrows. We giggled and nodded knowingly because we both know well that there are […]

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The calm that comes with age.

Aging, some might think is unfair and cruel as my grandfather would say. It takes away your beauty, your strength and sometimes your hopes and ideals. You may become too tired to battle on with the looming of your mortality and fallibility in the horizon. But it’s not all as bad as it seems.

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When defeated souls meet.

Like bookends, they sat on a bench, each at opposite corners. Strangers, they were, by chance in the same park at the same time. They both had stories, maybe not to tell, but unlike books, they both had unfinished endings.

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The way we were…

We are not who we used to be, maybe fragments and careless snapshots, but if we are fortunate enough, we were able to let go of insecurities and fears that weighed us down in our youth. That is the advantage of aging; I see few others that best qualify for positives at a certain age.

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What happens when you reach a certain age?

When you reach that certain age, middle age, or after, life changes, your outlook changes and you see every single thing in your life in a different light. It has its pros and cons, but life is just that, a series of continuous change, sometimes subtle and sometimes abrupt.

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Poise® provides discreet help for #LBL

I like the word “Poise,” which means embodying grace, elegance, balance, control, equilibrium. This describes how we should feel and carry ourselves at all times because if we feel and act this way, we are at peace with ourselves and unafraid of accepting life as it comes. This includes the intimate and very personal challenges […]

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Mistakes, time and youth.

When we are young we make mistakes as we keep making them throughout our lives. Yet the difference lies in that when we are young the margin to correct those mistakes and learn from them is wider. It’s a question of the time we have left.

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