Not all writers, but venerable, nonetheless. Here you’ll find Harlan Sanders, who founded his Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise at 65 and went on to become a multimillionaire, Grandma Moses, who first picked up a paint brush at 75 and the amazing
Harry Bernstein, who published his first novel at 96. Bernstein, who just passed away in June of this year stated “If I had not lived until I was 90, I would not have been able to write this book. It just could not have been done even when I was 10 years younger. I wasn’t ready. God knows what other potentials lurk in other people, if we could only keep them alive well into their 90s.” Read this Psychology Today article to be inspired – and then get on with whatever still burns in your heart.