Spir­i­tu­al direc­tor and author Alice Fryling believes aging is an invi­ta­tion from God to embrace our lim­i­ta­tions and dis­cov­er fruit­ful­ness and trans­for­ma­tion in unex­pect­ed places.

Show Notes

[2:13] What was it like for you to write this book? 

[5:07] As you’ve been aging, what has been hap­pen­ing in your soul?

[7:56] It’s inter­est­ing that the idea of liv­ing with­in our lim­i­ta­tions is seen as a neg­a­tive and some­thing to be fought. Is part of aging learn­ing to live with­in the lim­i­ta­tions that have now pre­sent­ed themselves?

[9:58] As you are talk­ing about your lim­i­ta­tions, you’re smil­ing. How have you got­ten to that place where this is not some­thing to be fought and hat­ed, but embrac­ing where you’re at?

[14:29] In the book you talk about pro­duc­tiv­i­ty and fruit­ful­ness. Can you share about those things?

[17:51] Do you have a word for folks who are real­ly strug­gling with nav­i­gat­ing aging?

[25:57] Why do we fight grow­ing older?

[27:52] You wrote a book on the Ennea­gram. How is that help­ful in aging?


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