John Schuster Host, Stories For The Ages Stories for the Ages: Healthy Earlier Aging And The Spirited Life By John Schuster • Feb 1, 2018 Retirement means letting go of busy lifestyles and unlearning some habits, but also provides the opportunity for learning, playfulness, transcendence and spiritual reflection. In the final podcast of this mini series, we discuss retirement, the aging process and the journey of self-reflection from a spiritual perspective. Stories For The Ages: Fun, Freedom and Feeling Alive Later in Life By John Schuster • Jan 25, 2018 The stories in this podcast highlight the freedom that comes later in life – freedom to choose activities that fit your personality at the time when heavy work commitments end. It illustrates how uniquely we each go about the task of ripening into age, and how beautiful it can be for each of us. Stories for the Ages: Aging Tough By John Schuster • Jan 18, 2018 No amount of positive thinking can take away the work of aging. Adaptations to less energy and loss of friends are ever necessary, and we must creatively spend the time that was once filled by family and career roles that kept us happily occupied. Stories For The Ages: Following Your Passions Later In Life By John Schuster • Jan 11, 2018 Much can be learned, retired or not retired, from a former hospital executive and a very un-retired university chancellor turned CEO, still in the thick of the action. Stories For The Ages: Friends, Loves And Losses By John Schuster • Jan 4, 2018 The debut episode of the Stories for the Ages podcast celebrates the friendships and relationship possibilities that come with aging. An expert and an active octogenarian shares the stories and principles for creating and maintaining relationships that matter in the elder years.