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Wellness & Aging

Have you ever heard four more unAmerican words in your life? “I can’t do it.” “Of course you can,” says your friendly neighbor who knows nothing about your condition except that American mandate. “Crawl if you have to,” your neighbor … Continue reading

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Kids Show Us How To Age

They are carefully held at birth, some in proverbial swaddling clothes, fed often, night light turned on, homework completed, learning not to just print, small tasks are assigned to begin testing the waters, ironing and folding are folded into their … Continue reading

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The Backward Clock

Shaving one morning I glanced through the mirror at the clock behind me and noticed that it was moving backwards.  I turned around and the spin of the second hand was correct but through the mirror it was the opposite. … Continue reading

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Me, I & Myself

“Me” wondered why “me” clothes were getting tighter; “me” thought it was age creeping (or widening) “me” body but I uncovered that it’s the “me”self that causes this slow inflation.  But more about “me”self later. Life always begin with the … Continue reading

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They’re My Age

It took many of my years to catch up to them but most of them are gone and now I find myself among the “them.”  Does age do that? I’m older than the president of the United States, 10 years … Continue reading

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“Is There Salvation for the Old?”

Our U.S. culture was right all along.  It’s all for the youth preferably under 30.  Baby Boomers and those older may spend all the healthcare but there’s a reward for the young in heaven.  Heaven is reserved for the young.  … Continue reading

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