I am at the moment visiting my grandmother, far up in the north of Norway. She is a wonderful lady of 95 years. She recently moved into an old-age home, so that she doesn't have to be alone all the time. Since all of her family lives far away. It really nice to see her, and it makes me want to get more serious in spiritual life. One day i will also sit there, and all one really has is the memories of the life that one has lived. But maybe as a devotee of Krishna, old age does not have to be so boring? Maybe one can inspire young devotees and tell grandchildren about Krishna. The knowledge from the Vedas are time- and age-less. It doesn't really mattet how old or young you are, Krishna is always nice to talk about. Recent studies showes that the generation-gap is only 5 years now... Meaning if you listen to one type of music and you have a brother that is 5 years older, you will not understant eachothers taste in music, TV, clothes, and so on. But Krishna consciousness is so wonderful. Krishna is eternal, and there is so much to know about him! The north of Norway is really beautiful, such a rich nature and the air and water here is just amazing. It's so fresh! I brought my japa, Srimad Bhagavatam, yogamat and Ipad. 4 days retreat at an old age home :-) Hare Krishna.