Opportunities

Eldering is a way of being and relating to the world. It is about being engaged in life, sharing who you are and contributing to the future. We offer you the following information with the understanding that there’s no formula or ‘magic recipe’ for Eldering.

To begin practicing Eldering, download Toward Wisdom in Action (PDF, 201kb), our suggestions on how to take those first steps in the context of your existing relationships.

More structured opportunities for Eldering may be available through:
If Eldering means belonging to a membership organization dedicated to people 50 and over to you, consider joining AARP (The American Association of Retired Persons) or CARP (The Canadian Association of Retired Persons).


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"Fear is mostly a bad habit that people use to justify why they aren’t doing what they want to do and to explain why they aren’t accomplishing what they want to accomplish. When we take responsibility for our fears, we create an opportunity to freely choose—to have our day-to-day actions express our vision and commitment to a life worth living."
— Jim Selman

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