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Volunteer – You Never Know Who You Will Meet

By Dave Price It’s been said that pride often goes before a fall. It’s true. And sometimes, even if you’re a 65-year-old writer, that humbling can come from a book-devouring 11-year-old, with hair the color of a fresh-from-the-garden carrot and a beaming smile that could brighten even the darkest...

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Most Important Life Lessons On Aging From Tuesdays With Morrie

Given Morrie Schwartz’s life-long preoccupation with helping his students prepare for their future, Mitch Albom spent one Tuesday with Morrie that was devoted to aging. In our second post on the book Tuesdays With Morrie, we share some of the top life lessons Morrie shared.

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50 Years Later: The Legacy of the Summer of Love

50 Years Later: The Legacy of the Summer of Love

Posted in Blog, Boomer Life, Legacy

In our final post on the Summer of Love, 50 Years Later series, Dave Price explores the hippie culture, lifestyle and influence that survived and left a legacy of that summer in San Francisco back in 1967.

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Lessons Learned: The Story Behind the Classic Book Tuesdays With Morrie

Tuesdays with Morrie is recognized as one of the most popular books on how to live your life with understanding and face your death with dignity. Dave Price recounts what Albom and Koppel had to say about their experiences with Morrie, his advice, and the book itself.

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Summer of Love: A Valiant Attempt at a Utopia of Peace and Love Ends in Disillusionment and Despair

Summer of Love: A Valiant Attempt at a Utopia of Peace and Love Ends in Disillusionment and Despair

Posted in Blog, Boomer Life, Legacy

In our continuing series on the Summer of Love – 50 Year Later, Dave Price explores the fall of 1967 where the hope and optimism of the giddy early days of the Summer of Love in San Francisco were shifting to a colder season of disillusionment and despair.

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