There are many examples of so called "late bloomers" in life. U.S. swimmer Diana Nyad was 64 when she became the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without the help of a shark cage. Julia Child starred in her first TV show when she was in her fifties. Grandma Moses started painting when she was 75 and became one of the most famous American painters.
At the age of 58, Louise Hay founded Hay House Publishing, a New Thought and Self-help publisher. I have read many of the books and listened to many of the tapes from Hay House. As a counselor I have always believed in the power of our minds to change our thoughts and our bodies. I am now happy to be an affiliate with Hay House. You can find more about Hay House here.
It is never too late to bloom. As humans we have the ability to change our lives at any time. If you were to ask me if I feel any different at the age of 64 than I did at the age of 25, my answer would be yes. Today I feel much more that I am on the verge of blooming, of becoming the person I have always known I could be. Life is full of so many possibilities.