Posts Tagged ‘ positive senior lifestyle ’

MEDITATION BENEFITS SENIORS

Dec 11th, 2013 | By Guest Post | Category: Lifestyle, Health & Fitness

The Benefits of Meditation Past the Age of 50 Growing older comes with its fair share of trials and tribulations. Feelings of loneliness and depression, as well as increased fatigue and a decreased state of health are just some of the issues that plague the over 50 set.// While many of these issues are naturally [...]



SENIORS: HEADING OFF HATE AND FEAR

Aug 6th, 2012 | By Dr Jerry D Elrod | Category: Senior Moments Blog

Yesterday on Just for Sunday, we recommended meditation as a means for bringing serenity to one’s life. The response suggests that it had appeal. Perhaps a return to the concepts and suggestions for engaging in meditation is a practice worthy of daily repetition.

The tragedy today is, however, that for the Sikh community in Wisconsin, who were on their way to meditation, found the presence of evil there ready to interrupt it. Guns again played a role. Little is immediately known about motive and a personal rationale for the attack. It was another of those episodes which steal from us the opportunity to create tranquility. Is there anywhere left to go? Are there any safe havens



SENIORS: WHAT DAY IS YOUR FAVORITE?

Oct 28th, 2011 | By Dr Jerry D Elrod | Category: Senior Moments Blog

Retirees can choose from among seven days which is our favorite. We seniors have the latitude, for the most part, to choose any among the week that seems to give us the most pleasure and satisfaction. Once, when visiting a friend who had retired, he launched into how busy his days were since he and his spouse had retired. They moved from their midwestern home to Branson, Missouri, which had not yet been “discovered.” He noted that an established routine had taken over his time and pointed out that his days went like so:

Sundays: Get ready for and attend church; go out with friends for lunch; watch TV in the afternoon or nap or both.

Mondays: Prepare for the week. Put away Sunday clothes; pick up the house from Sunday, discard newspapers and take out the trash.