By: Susan M. Graham, Certified Elder Law Attorney, Senior Edge Legal, Boise, Idaho
A group of ninety-five year olds were asked if they could live their lives over, what would they do differently? Here are the three things that most of them said:1
- Reflect more. Enjoy more moments, sunrises and sunsets. Notice more moments of joy.
- Take more risks and chances. Life is too short not to go for it.
- Leave a legacy – something that will live on after you die. The seniors defined a legacy as leaving a world that has been improved and touched by your presence, your joy and your positive actions.
What guidance would you add to this list?
 The Energy Bus, Jon Gordon Copyright 2007, pages 144-145