Young at Heart
Reverend Roy Miller is mentioned on ten different pages in Lynn Adler’s remarkable book: Centenarians: The Bonus Years. He was quite a man showing us just what is possible. He, like so many many of these remarkable ones, believes “age is mostly just a state of mind”.
Lynn’s account of the Reverend reveals that he did not look his age. He often remarked at age 101 that he did not feel his age. He was young at heart and had a deep sense of gratitude to the Lord for his long life. Thinking about his comment that he thinks God’s plan was to use him to teach others how to be old, we recognize some outstanding qualities he possessed:
He dedicated himself to helping others.
He tried to live each day as a shining example to others.
He was filled with gratefulness.
At age 102, Roy Miller was still physically fit with no health problems. He relates that he learned how to fall while running his son’s roller skating rink when his son was drafted into WWII. (I didn’t know there was an art to falling. Maybe we should all learn it.) Adler says Reverend Miller kept fit by exercising and walking every day.
“Come on, get up, walk, exercise. If I can do it, you can.” ~ Roy Miller
I would love to have your comments and questions. My experience only reaches to 3/4 of a century (almost); but I know it is at least possible to stay healthy and in good physical shape this long.
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