It took me a long time to know what I was doing. When I started to reflect on myself, I was already in my 40s. I was no longer very young, so I needed to work doubly hard to overcome my weaknesses. When I reached my 50s, I began to take on much more responsibilities. I counted myself very lucky at that time because I had equipped myself with the skills I needed and tested on them, so I had the confidence to put them to fair use in my job as well as my other commitments. Stepping into 60 is like entering a golden era of ours. Most of us in our generation are required to retire, providing those in the next tier a chance to develop and test their abilities. It is never wrong to step down, but our skills and strengths, coupled with our wealth of knowledge, are equally as valuable for our younger generations, such as sharing practical experiences with teachers and students. However, remember, it is also a time for us to chase our dreams while we are still youthful and mobile.
I, personally, always like trying out new things. “Chasing Dreams” could be seen as my own blog. And in this blog, I share my personal experiences in undertaking new challenges after my retirement. I am sure there are many readers who, like me, dream of doing many things - things that we had no chance nor time to pursue when we were younger. I hope my experiences help prepare and inspire you in attempting new challenges.
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