Most Seniors will find that Beauty has a fluid meaning over the course of our lives – and in the end it results in our Essence.. the very core of our being.. to shine brightly. The daily inspiration offered by this website https://www.dailyom.com/ sums it up perfectly! Comparing the phases in our lives to a stunning tree changing through the seasons, it’s brings new meaning to how we perceive Beauty. Here is the excerpt below..
The early years of our lives tend to be about learning and experiencing as much as we possibly can. We move through the world like sponges, absorbing the ideas of other people and the world. Like a tree in spring, we are waking up to the world. In this youthful phase of life, our physical strength, youth, and beauty help open doors and attract attention. Gradually, we begin to use the information we have gathered to form ideas and opinions of our own. As we cultivate our philosophy about life, our beauty becomes as much about what we are saying, doing, and creating as it is about our appearance. Like a tree in summer, we become full, expressive, beautiful, and productive.
When the time comes for us to let go of the creations of our middle lives, we are like a tree in autumn dropping leaves, as we release our past attachments and preparing for a new phase of growth. The children move on, and careers shift or end. The lines on our faces, the stretch marks, and the grey hairs are beautiful testaments to the fullness of our experience. In the winter of our lives, we become stripped down to our essence like a tree. We may become more radiant than ever at this stage, because our inner light shines brighter through our eyes as time passes. Beauty at this age comes from the very core of our being—our essence. This essence is a reminder that there is nothing to fear in growing older and that there is a kind of beauty that comes only after one has spent many years on earth.
Perhaps we can consider our Essence, and the final impression we leave with our family and friends, to be a key part of what we want our Legacy to be when it is all said and done.