I was goofing around looking through the career choices for geezers like me and I ran across this idea:
Tending to others' spiritual needs certainly qualifies as a career with "meaning." In addition to traditional ministerial and religious education positions, you can also become a celebrant, someone who helps people mark important events in life with customized ceremonies that reflect their beliefs and backgrounds.
I'm getting a picture of some guy who simply shows up at parties and acts as MC or head druid. And then gets paid.
What am I missing here?