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How Would You Describe Wisdom?

By Susan Williams What exactly is wisdom? There are many formal definitions of the word and everyone seems to have a view or their own opinion on what it is. But I did discover one definition of wisdom that I particularly liked; “Wisdom is the store of knowledge that a...

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Would You Rather Suffer Or Admit That You’re Old?

By Susan Williams We all want to live a long and high quality of life but in order to do this are we guilty of not being willing to accept products or services that we perceive might make us look old?

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If Your Life Flashes Before You – Will It Be What You Want To Watch?

By Susan Williams There was often a belief that just before you die, your life flashes before you. Well, some research has actually found that this may be in fact the case. So when it comes to watching your life – will it be something you would want to watch?

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The Immortality of Artificial Intelligence

By Susan Williams What I’m about to share is not out of a science fiction novel – it’s actually something people are working on today. The world of artificial intelligence (AI) is exploring ways to immortalize our memories for future generations. For example, in one AI application, you would...

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My Own Voice From My Own Past

My Own Voice From My Own Past

Posted in Blog, Boomer Life, Legacy

By Iris Ruth Pastor My granddaughter came to visit while my son was running for mayor. Looking closely around my library, she spotted a framed picture of two pieces of notebook paper. “Nana,” she inquired curiously, “why do you have something framed that is so faded it can no...

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Make Sure You Have A Will – If Not For You, For Your Family

Benjamin Franklin once said “In this world nothing can said to be certain, except death and taxes.” So, given the certainty of these two situations you would think that putting a will in place would be a natural practice for everyone. Unfortunately, this is not the case.

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