Thursday, 2 January 2020

Golden Rules for Aging Gracefully

Lead Comfortable Life Style after Retirement
Aging or retiring gracefully is a concern all over the world irrespective of caste, creed, gender, nationality or religion as everybody want to have comfortable and luxurious independent retired life when one crosses the superannuation age or becomes senior citizen. Super senior citizens above the age of 80 years need more resources to cope with their lesser mobility. Due to poor sight the senior or super senior citizens may not be able to read the fine print in the Golden Rules for Aging Gracefully. The Golden Rules are being reproduced below for better visibility and reading:
  1. Live in your own place to enjoy independence and privacy.
  2. Hold on to your bank deposits and assets with yourself or your spouse.
  3. Do not depend only on your children's promise to care for you when you grow old as their priorities change with time.
  4. Expand your circle of friends to include those who will outlive you.
  5. Do not compare, expect nothing from others.
  6. Do not muddle in the life of your children. Let them live THEIR life not yours.
  7. Do not use old age as your shield and justification to demand care, respect and attraction.
  8. Listen to what others say but think and act independently.
  9. Pray but do not beg even from GOD. Seek life Grace.
  10. And Finally, DO NOT RETIRE FROM LIFE.
For more information read our article in the Link below the Golden Rules and also follow some hobby as a blogger not only to be happy, pass time but to earn from your Hobby as this author is writing on his blog - My Every Minute Diary and write your life's experiences to share with future generations.


  1. Wow such a long list & yet you forgot to add - 11. A glass of beer in the evenings.

    1. Of course the suggestion is hidden under Golden Rule No.4 of aging gracefully.