Until now we have not had a guide to clearly show what makes work and life meaningful. Now we do. This helps us consciously bring meaningfulness to areas of life where it can easily be lost.


“As I got older I have been shocked at how ‘ageing’ is a largely neglected area in our social conversation. Some people will live thirty or more years, a third of their life, in a land where they become ‘oldies’, ‘grandparents’, ‘a drain on society’, ‘ a burden to their families’, wondering how to make the most of this time, while facing loss, dying and death. I can’t say I find this an inviting prospect. If this was an ad to another country I would not want to go. And I have no choice. The birthdays pass and I am there whether I like it or not.

So, working with Meaningful Ageing Australia we created two workbooks to help us deliberately engage with and increase meaningfulness in the last third of our life.”

Lani Morris

A number of the Certified Practitioners run workshops to help elders navigate a meaningful path into the future.