Five people, ages 49 -82, inspire others as they describe their life challenges. Carolyn Campbell, age 65, confined to a wheelchair, volunteers and offers comfort and hope to families with terminally ill children. Evelyn Davis, age 55 and Rick Brengle, age 49, both from segregated communities find that racial bias has no place in their lives or in their business. Morris Beschloss, age 81, explains the difficulties he encountered after he retired and how he began a new, exciting, fulfilling career. Evelynne Karic, age 82, shares her wisdom and views on retirement.