This is how the elderly years will be easier, from the Front Page Sections, translated…
The writer, Ban-Yuan Chih returned from the U.S. moved into the retirement village, six years later, in that autonomous space she lived alone in, she’d written a book, “The Gigantic River” a biopic of her life in the younger years, it’d shaken up the Asian literary scenes. Recently, she’d published her own life experiences of living alone, the book of essays, “A Day in a Life”, and spoke of the new beliefs in aging of the older generations.
She’d already, seen through how there’s no place for the age old beliefs of three-generations living underneath the same roofs, because the times are changing, and, it would be very inconvenient, for the generations to live close to each other, only through becoming independent in the elderly years, can we have a more enriching retirement, and then, we would be able to, utilize this solitary time, to recollect the moments that had, imprinted, deeply into our hearts and minds thoroughly, to give ourselves more to look forward to in old age.
The trends of the population aging, will be a new realm for the future of the long-term care industries, because there are still, a lot of time we’re, going to live by ourselves, after sixty-five, we still need to, find that happiness in our lives as we became, elderly.
So, this, is how this writer had, propose that we all live our elderly years, and, a part of that is being physically AND emotionally/psychologically independent, not relying on anybody ELSE to looked after, or care for you, but, as people live older, there are, more and more elderly adults who’d become, bedridden, sick, because that, would be the consequences of having a long life, and that’s something that our generations, our past generations, as well as our future generations must deal with.