Although only six older people were interviewed, they provided much valuable insight into making life meaningful during this horrendous pandemic. First, don’t get too alarmed about things you cannot control; rather, work with what you can control. Second, continue doing many of the things you love and have always done to stimulate your mind and body – reading, working on projects and hobbies, walking and exercising, doing puzzles, playing games. Third, learn to adapt to and use new technologies, as well as the older ones, that will help you keep in touch with family and friends. Fourth, take time for reflection on important matters for the future; that is, making your history relevant and making your wishes known to family and future generations. Fifth, make your moments count, even if trivial, and do some good for others. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, make a habit of cultivating a grateful mind and heart and acknowledge that your faith is important for sustaining you.