My mom gave birth to me when she was forty-five.
By the time I was in my twenties, my parents were already in their seventies. As a result, I was required to perform all the household errands and take care of my then-elderly parents in my younger years. I didn’t even have the energy to date!
I was very close to his parents. They were like friends. They could share almost everything, from their ex-girl/boyfriends, traditional Cantonese jokes to constant anguish, late-life crisis, and of course physical disabilities (spinal arthritis, age-related hearing loss, fatigue etc.). As a past volunteer in an elderly home, I was also constantly exposed to many elderly people and witnessed the physical and psychological dysfunctions, and most of all, the pain of their aging process, the mental and spiritual conflicts in their inner world, and the tremendous stress of their caregivers. However, in the process, I learned what are the factors that keep some elderly people healthy, happy, and a longer life.
This is what I wish to share via my books and products to all of you in the coming years.
Let’s rejuvenate our mind and body and spirit together. For what? To love more…