Aging Wisdom – Lessons 51-60

AGING WISDOM - LESSONS 51-60

by Richard P. Johnson

Aging teaches me…

51. To energize my creativity through grace
52. To “own” my spiritual luster
53. That my life is a story of God’s fingerprint on me
54. To understand the grand design of my life
55. To honor the many lessons I have learned over the years
56. To perceive time differently
57. To confront the “big” questions in life
58. To seek the newness of life
59. To better understand the Pascal Mystery as the central template for all growth.
60. That a deeper gratitude is the heart of a successful life

© Richard P. Johnson, Ph.D.


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This article was originally published in an email newsletter. Reposted with permission.

About the author

Dr. Johnson is nationally recognized for his pioneering work in Healing and Medical Behavioral Sciences. As Director of Behavioral Medicine at a large teaching medical center, Dr. Johnson was responsible for teaching medical interns and residents the “art” of medicine. He has taught hundreds of persons interested in healing. His fresh ideas and enthusiasm for the spiritual aspects of adult development and healing have inspired scores of maturing adults to follow their hearts and live more abundant lives. He is a dynamic, engaging, and compassionate teacher who delights in seeing his students grow personally and spiritually. He has written many articles and over 40 books all focused upon God’s expansive grace. Dr. Johnson is a devoted Catholic Christian; he and his wife Sandra live in St. Louis, they have three grown children and six grandchildren. Dr. Johnson holds a doctorate degree in clinical counseling from the University of Florida; he was also awarded an honorary doctorate from Holy Cross College, Notre Dame, Indiana in 2010.

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