What do you say to yourself about your life? Do you punish yourself with regrets, past and present, and make your life unhappy? Do you dream to be someone else other than you? Are you obsessed with creating a younger looking you? Does your faith give you hope, or do you have to shop around always to find what gives you hope and peace? Aging, Embrace it is all about life changes and relationships, right from birth to death. The "how to" applications help the reader to make proper changes in his or her life by developing personal character. The book provides a forward movement giving hope and peace in the midst of ailments, discouragement, bereavement, old age, loneliness, and approaching death. It is about caring yourself as a human being, while you are alive Rev. Winson C. Josiah is an ordained Elder, now in retired status, with the New York Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. He holds a Doctor of Ministry degree in Ministry to Marriage and Family. As a clinical member of the American Association for Marriage & Family therapy, and a licensed Marriage and Family therapist, he provides pre-marital and marital counseling, helping couples and families to enjoy the gift of life in relationships. He is married to Packia, and they live in New York. They have two grown up children who are married, and two adorable grandsons.