As a society, we don’t value aging or the beauty of a face that shows the effects of a full life well-lived. Often, the image we see of the elderly is of their hands, wrinkly and arthritic. Not the sparkle that remains in the eyes, the broadness of a smile, the beauty of thick, snowy-white hair, or seniors participating in meaningful activities showing joy and remaining ability; skills learned and honed over a lifetime. These are the true representations of aging. We need to change the discourse; aging can be beautiful.