Ageing Gracefully. Ageing is inevitable. Most women get worked up as they blow more than thirty candles. But ageing gracefully is an art.
Why women must accept ageing and how it can be done
Ageing is inevitable. Most women get worked up as they blow more than thirty candles. But ageing gracefully is an art.
It is a process that we can either fear or embrace. Let’s face it. What choice do we have? Women live in fear of so many things - something happening to the kids or their husband, becoming homeless, a serious illness, rejection, humiliation, stupid, being socially inept, failure...the list is endless.
But through aging we can get right with ourselves and the universe, however we perceive it. We can choose to really walk our talk. When we do this, there is no fear. There may be a residual, habitual murmur that stirs occasionally, but it doesn’t have the power to control or dissuade us from what we know in our hearts to be true.
Are you embracing the aging process? Are you allowing it to transform you? Are you opening your heart and mind to the process? What are your stumbling blocks? What is blocking your path? What is keeping you stuck? The list is long but there is no meaning in getting interwoven in these questions.
Every stage of our lives is filled with wonder and beauty. There are some simple tips to age gracefully. One can do so by living in the moment and keeping busy and managing time effectively. Other things one can do are: love with your heart and soul; strive to say cheerful. Develop a comfortable relation with yourself. Develop a genuine concern for others’ problems. Remind yourself that the experience through the years is what makes you charming and use that charm and spread the magic.
A woman who ages gracefully fully owns her years and her wrinkles along with wisdom and humour. She would be unapologetic for gray hair and laugh lines, and carries herself with elegance and dignity. Such a woman is confident of herself and proud of her choices.