“Teach us to number our days, that we may gain a heart of wisdom.”
Knowledge in our current day and age is readily available and yet wisdom is what we truly seek. When it comes to The Good Death Lifestyle knowledge tells me tomorrow will arrive, yet wisdom is aware that it may not arrive for me. What would I do different if I lived with the expectation that today may be my last? I pray that as you consider this, you remember where I asked you to start. BELIEF!
Wisdom for living is preparation for the expected and the unexpected. We expect to age and those who plan for the aging journey while young and healthy have less fear, anxiety, and depression as a result. Aging with dignity is a goal we would desire. However, it requires a plan and a process of evaluating where you are in age and health and as the Psalmist declares, “Teach us to number our days.” Evaluating options and financially preparing is prudent. Here we will deliver tools and resources to begin your preparation.
When we consider wisdom for dying, having an Advanced Care Plan is the best gift you can give your family. Here you will find the best tools to complete this in what I consider a bargain and a treasure.