At 70 my ability is a bit limited.
Can you still teach? Worth more than one man and a rifle. Train 100 to shoot and be a big asset.
The value of your wisdom and experience is unlimited.
I'll turn 59 in about 10 days. Last October, I was diagnosed with Type II diabetes. I firmly believe it was God's way of telling me to "WAKE UP!!!"
Changed my entire outlook on life. Six months later, I've shed about 30 lbs (another 15 to go), changed my eating regimen (Eat to Live by Joel Fuhrman), more conscientious about exercise. Was on metformin from diagnosis to first followup, removed after my H1b dropped from 11 to 4.6. It's a struggle, but I'm keeping the blood glucose readings in the 100-110 range without medication.
Why do I bring this up? My children and grandson need me to be there to provide them with my leadership, guidance, and wisdom during these tenuous times. It's no longer about how I live the rest of my life, it's how to equip them with the tools they'll need to survive, and thrive, now and in the future.
Remain of good cheer, and excel in your role as the patriarch of your family.