There’s an area not too many miles from where I live with a
path that winds around some ballfields and a small manmade lake. The path is
paved and goes through some trees so it is a nice respite from the nearby busy
street and noise of modern life. The path is named for someone and, along the...
So many times when we talk about aging, we focus on the
challenges, the inconveniences, the frustrations one can feel when the spirit
is willing but the body may be growing weak. But what about the joys, the
renewed insights and wisdom, the freedom that comes as we transition into the
A woman I interviewed once said she had a credo: “live and learn, die and forget it all.” One thing seems to be for sure, we tend to learn the hard way, and by the time we leave this form of life, we are mighty intelligent…if we can remember all the things we’ve learned...
A volatile situation is about to erupt…in the office, the
parking lot, a dining room or anywhere emotions are high. Who is more likely to turn down the volume and
find a peaceful compromise: the young
savvy techie, or the gray-haired retired businessman?