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Older for Longer? Or Younger for Longer? The Choice is Ours

By Gary Allen Foster Chances are pretty good that you may live 20 or more years longer than your parents. If you hit 65 without major illness, you have a better than even chance you will live to 90 or beyond. So the prospect of 25-30 more years beyond...

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Check This Out – Lives Well Lived

By Susan Williams What stories and wisdom do your family members have to share? That’s exactly what motivated Sky Bergman to develop and direct the film Lives Well Lived. As she watched her 99 year old grandmother work out at the gym, she thought she had better film this as...

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Seven Reasons We Should Be Amazed About Getting Older

By Gary Allen Foster  “Getting old is for the birds!” That’s one of the dozens of ageist statements tossed out casually when a group of seventh-, eighth-, or ninth-decaders assembles. Each is usually followed by a litany of the issues that can make it seem so. Nary a conversation...

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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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