Mirror mirror on the wall, our happiness is all that matters. Always get up when you fall, never let age change you rather change the way you age. No one should ever make you feel inferior. Those gray hairs you have, they aren’t really gray hairs, they are your wisdom highlights. Yes, never you let aging weigh you down, because you will find it difficult to get up. Enjoy life, that’s just a simple trick to aging gracefully. There is basically no greater wealth in the world than peace of mind, make your golden years a blast. Everyday is a great gift, unwrap it, embrace it with love and cherish it always. According to Betty White, she says

“My mother always used to say ‘the older you get, the better you get. Unless you are a banana.”

Do not be a banana, move out and explore. Counting your years is a waste, just live the best out of it. There is this saying that a beautiful face in youth is the result of fortune, but a beautiful face in old age is earned by kindness and wisdom.  https://www.plumdynamic.com/heartwarming-reasons-why-you-should-never-give-up/

Inspirational stories of some Aged world record breakers.

 

Min Bahadur Sherchan

is the oldest person to reach the world’s highest peak, climbing Mt. Everest at the age of 76. Sherchan scaled the 29,035-foot mountain in May 2008 and at age 81, he still holds the Guinness World Record for his accomplishment. “My main objective for climbing Everest was for world peace. I was determine to either climb the peak or die trying.” he says.

source https://www.rd.com/true-stories/inspiring/6-inspiring-stories-youre-never-too-old-to-dream/

 

 Laura Ingalls Wilder

Growing up, Wilder repeatedly moved from places to places. With a desire to help her family, she decided to become a teacher.
She quit teaching when she got married and helped her husband in the farm. Following the death of their one-month old son, her husband became partially paralyzed.
She was 43 years old when her daughter, Rose, encouraged her to write a memoir about her childhood. Her first attempt on writing her autobiography was rejected several times.
Determined to succeed, she spent the next several years improving it. The publishers agreed to publish her work in a form of fiction story for young children.
She was 65 years old when “Little House in the Big Woods” was published. She later wrote other “Little House” series including the last one that came out at age 76.

 

Gladys Burrill

Gladys Burrill is truly one incredible woman. She had been an aircraft pilot, mountain climber, hiker and a horseback rider. But these things are not what she is known for.
She had her first marathon when she was 86 years old. She became famous after completing the
Honolulu Marathon at the age of 92.
Though she power-walked and jogged all throughout, she managed to reach the finish line. it actually took her nine hours and 53 minutes to finish, with determination, she is proud of reaching the goal she set. she was recognized by Guinness World Records and Hawaii House of Representatives for her wonderful story.

source https://medium.com/the-mission/9-late-bloomer-success-stories-who-prove-its-never-too-late-to-achieve-your-dreams-b036688da6f

 

Mark Snow 

This is a success story of an entrepreneur who started his venture at an age when people think of retirement. This is the story of Mark Snow, the founder of SafelyFiled. SafelyFiled is a storage system for paper based as well as digital documents.
Having worked with large organizations and helping them build their business throughout his life, Mark lost his job in late 50’s. It was then that he came up with the idea of SafelyFiled. The innovative document management system has so far raised $600,000. And, the future looks pretty bright for the company.
According to Mark, the number of users for SimplyFiled are expected to be millions in not so distant future. In Mark’s words, “Any time is a good time to take risks.”
He’s doing something at an age when people look to hang their boots and enjoy their retirement. But, Mark is a true example of how innovation and business ideas can come at any age.

source https://yourstory.com/mystory/6d1d3820b0-you-are-never-too-young-or-too-old-to-follow-your-dreams-

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