Connection with nature, connection with yourself, connection with your life purpose is a quest that spans a lifetime. Quests and goals are not only for the young with many years ahead of them. They can begin even after retiring. In fact, argues New York Times bestselling author Ilchi Lee, retirement can be the perfect time to begin goals you didn’t have time to pay attention to while you were busy with career and family. The types of goals he recommends are those that are less tangible than the material success we pursue in our youth. Greater wisdom and compassion can be developed and passed down to the next generations in what could be our golden years he writes in his latest book, I’ve Decided to Live 120 Years: The Ancient Secret to Longevity, Vitality, and Life Transformation.
Quite frankly, I’d like to start my golden years before “retirement.” Thinking and living with the energy and consciousness of love 100 percent of the time is the best goal I can think of. I think this new book has some of that energy and more, which is why I keep promoting it.