Writing two books at the same time is not a problem for me since they each deal with separate subjects and issues. My fourth book is about influential individuals, rediscovering one’s own voice, the importance of relationships and dialogue, and revisiting the inner circle.
The fifth book is on aging, my experience as it is taking place, and the words and feelings of at least 20 of the older people I live with. I will also check out the emotions of younger people about their aging process. Only by asking can we possibly know, and I will ask.
Going forward, I’ll write about what and where I am at the moment. While my mind and memories are full of power, dialogue, relationships, and so on, aging is a relatively new experience. Each day brings with it another point of reference. You can feel terrific today and terrible tomorrow, assuming tomorrow comes.
In our younger years, we made plans and realized most of them. Not so much today, which is why it is paramount that we live every moment to the utmost. We know and accept this. It is our current reality, and it will be yours one day. The aging process begins at birth, and that’s a fact, but so are the years and experiences to come. Live them to the fullest as time waits for no one.
Make the most of NOW—Now is a gift you must use—It leaves us too soon