Precious senior citizens are certainly assets. They add such richness to families, communities, workplaces and elsewhere. Theirs is a vast wealth of wisdom and knowledge plentifully loaded with benefits. Stories weaved by senior level beauties are genuine gems that attach themselves to the corridors of our hearts. Doses of experience and humor pour from the traveled chambers of the elderly and mature. Captive audiences lean in to breathe in the lessons generously deposited into our eager ears. Wow, the history that they weave and spin throughout the atmosphere. Triumphs and tragedies — dips and rises — so interesting — we’re captivated.
Oh, we so value the contributions of seniors. Golden touches from them teach, encourage, discipline and remind that hope is indeed a certain reality. They bring to “tables” the gainful attributes of maturity, awareness and patience. Truly, our planet is better because of the placement of seniors. Quality living is here for us to observe and to use as positive examples. I cannot imagine thriving without the presence of our senior level beauties. What they add to the quality of our lives is immeasurable in content. Appreciation runs deep for the gift of the elderly.
We owe love in manifold portions to our most matured citizens. How many ways do we extend our gratitude? How much time do we invest in the spaces of those who are now infirm, limited, and no longer quick on their feet? Lots of seniors need supplemental income, extra hands and legs, as well as help with reliable transportation. We’re not too busy to aid our golden citizens, are we?
Scores of seniors are abused, neglected and dismissed. We’re unable to count those who’ve lived lives of sacrifice to pave ways for us to receive better. How do we thank them? They so much need loving, helpful and reliable engagement in their lives. Genuine and sincere care goes a lot further than we may realize. Demonstrated love surely succeeds in removing burdens, providing conveniences, bolstering temperaments and lifting weary hearts.
I salute the elderly and those who regularly deposit into their hearts and lives.
Matthew 25:40 – KJV
And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.
Matthew 13:45 – KJV
Again, the kingdom of heaven is like unto a merchant man, seeking goodly pearls: