Not to be confused with religion, aging and retirement provide an opportunity to explore beliefs about the universe and your place in it. As we age, spirituality often takes a more important role. As the boomers become aging adults, they enter a new spiritual age, historically was thought to be reserved for the elderly. While often used interchangeably, religion most often refers to an organized group with a prescribed set of beliefs.
Retirement Life Matters opens up the discussion of the spiritual center, seniors are searching for. Connecting to a new sense of living, seniors are searching for more meaning and purpose in their activities, hobbies. As the shift from external to internal becomes more important, the idea of a spiritual age often takes a more important role.
The new retirement is a time for reflection, but also connecting to a power larger than yourself. Finding Purpose helps you look at your life from a new perspective. As you start to ask questions, "Why am I here?" and "What kind of Impact do I want to make in the world?" The New Legacy offer ideas to consider.