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New Paradigms for Aging? Role Models Needed

I like to explore new things. This probably comes from spending 30 years involved with technology. Take cell phones, for example. I am always looking for the newest, coolest, fastest, etc. My smartphone has become my constant companion with a … Continue reading

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Can We Change the Future of Aging?

The other day, on a beautiful morning, I was walking along a nearby shore and decided to engage a couple taking a short rest from their morning walk. “Hi”, I said. “I wonder if I can get you to take … Continue reading

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Ageism: Clouding Up a Beautiful Sunset

Lessons from the Circle of Life There was something very disturbing happening within me as I watched my father grow older and older.  Twenty two years ago, I didn’t know myself then as well as I do now. So, at … Continue reading

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Why Retire?

Mark Twain told us that if you find a job you enjoy, you’ll never have to work a day in your life. For those of you who do enjoy your job, I want to apologize if all this talk about retirement is boring you. For the rest of us, I think it’s safe to say that when we chose our career, it was not for the enjoyment. Continue reading

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Critical Thinking: A Natural Resource

Let me open up here with a quick story. Although I write this story in the first person, the story is heavily modified from a story told to me many years ago. I used to love the way my wife … Continue reading

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The Silver Lining in the Silver Tsunami

We are told that the 100 years between 1960 and 2060 represent the most dramatic demographic shifts the world has ever seen. Continue reading

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The Risks of Life

To have experiences is to put ourselves at risk.Those are the only choices we have. Continue reading

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Changing Demographics

This will be the first time in human history where there will be more people over 65 than under five years old. Continue reading

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Exploring mid-life crisis

Aspects of Mid-life crisis run rampant through our culture. In this short video, Lee briefly explores his own experiences with mid-life struggles, and theorizes on why we might feel such urges to re-direct our lives in some manner at certain … Continue reading

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Preserving our Productive Energy for Life

To watch the playful energy of children is a wondrous thing, as Lee’s friend, Alain, has noticed. Why isn’t this energy preserved into our adulthood? Does it naturally go away as we get older? Is it possible to have this … Continue reading

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