Fireside Conversations with Dr. Roger
Health Rediscovered
Wild and Precious Life 
Feb. 12, 2016 
Dear  ,
 
In Mary Oliver's Poem, The Summer Day, she writes, "Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" It's a great question, and reminds us that we must always have purpose in our lives. 

That purpose doesn't have to be grandiose. You should not have to brag about it or expect others to consider you saintly or heroic for pursuing it. The only real characteristic of true purpose is that it has meaning for you and brings you contentment and joy. 

Yes, seeking a new purpose can be scary. But, if you are true to your authentic self, your life's definition and satisfaction will sustain you through the rest of your journey. 

(Click the image below for a message from Dr. Roger about finding purpose.)

Live Long, Live Well! 


Dr. Roger Landry is the award-winning author of Live Long, Die Short: A Guide to Authentic Health and Successful Aging.
 
In   Live Long, Die Short , Dr. Roger shares a path that anyone can take, at any point in life, who wants to achieve authentic health and empower themselves to age in a  better way. 

Live Long, Die Short is a 2014 Living Now Book Award Gold Medal Winner, has been endorsed by AARP, and was a 2014 Top Pick for MORE magazine
 
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Dr. Roger
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