How to Grow Old Gracefully

“Up until now my health has been excellent,” said an elderly lady to her husband. “I wonder if I’ll live to be a hundred?” “Not if you stay thirty-nine much longer,” he retorted.

Regardless of our age, we should periodically take a “rearview mirror” inventory of our life up to the present, as well as a “windshield view” of the future, as David did in Psalm 71.  More from Catholic365.com>>>

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