Being alive at any age has a lot to do with your attitude. What I'm talking about is an attitude toward life and the people around you that is caring. Let me give you an example of what I mean:

Back in the days when the knights of old were spurring their horses toward unknown horizons, they had an attitude, that is, a sincere desire to be honest, courteous and generous with farmers as well as kings as they roamed the countryside in search of adventure. In short, their attitude became recognized as what we now call: chivalrous.

You and I can consciously decide what kind of an attitude we'll have during our very busy, modern twenty-first century days. Should we decide to be chivalrous, then, as we travel through each daily adventure where we socialize, meet and communicate with family, friends and the people at work our chivalrous, caring attitude will be noticed. The people around us will recognize that we are: unique, different and in many ways very much alive.

Fact is aliveness has everything to do with the way you both see yourself and the way others see you. We need to show an interest in what's going on around us. We do this by paying close attention to the words and feelings of others as we really listen to what they tell us. In this way, we can become very much aware of being caught up and carried along as active participants in a life worth living.

As creative humans our natural adventure seeking, questioning attitude and deep interest in life around us can give us many benefits. The greatest of which is our happiness and great joy in - being alive at any age!

By: Terry L. Weber

You are cordially invited to visit this Website: http://www.originalsbyweber.com

Author's Bio: 

Terry Weber is a retired advertising/direct mail sales letter copywriter and inventor of several useful items. Terry and his wife Doris were Habitat For Humanity, RV Care-A- Vanners who, for the past eight years volunteered to help build more than 39 houses all over the USA. They traveled to and from the 2-week long builds in their RV. The money they make on their website helped them pay their expenses to and from those volunteer Habitat builds.

P.S. Due to the high cost of gasoline and some recent health problems we can no longer drive the RV to Habitat builds. The RV has been sold. If you want to "give back" try joining Habitat For Humanity. It is both rewarding and lots of fun to help a hard working, needy family get an affordable home of their own. Note: This is a "hands-up" not a "hand-out" program. They have a zero-interest mortgage and no down payment is required.