Can Threshold Housing be a part of Planned Giving?
Mark Muldoon, Executive
Director of Threshold Housing
The Rev. Michael Hemmings
Rarely have I met anyone, among many age groups, who doesn’t want to believe that their life has meaning. We are sometimes assailed by a gnawing doubt that our lives have meant very little. This is true especially of many seniors who, despite the fact they may have raised a family and had a successful career, feel empty.
Measuring ourselves in our senior years is complex. We count our blessings differently, depending on how we learned to count and what to count. However, the quest for meaning doesn’t seem to grow old with us. It remains inside as a type of eternal calling, asking us questions and even making us feel uncomfortable at times.