Monthly Archives: March 2019
For whom your freedom? :- Doug.
Now that you can live the life you choose, what do you choose? :- Doug.
Will you claim your freedom to be whom you came here to be? :- Doug.
Free to be ourselves Free to serve :- Doug.
Barbara Weidner held her sign: “A grandmother for peace.” What would you put on your sign? :- Doug.
One task of later life is distilling a life. :- Doug.
You may not be a wise one: just tell us where in life you see wisdom. :- Doug.
You could research that. Many things we think we know about age turn out to be not true. Like elders are more often than young people victims of crime or disease. You could research that. :- Doug.
You’re one life from infant to elder: no separate people, no separate compartments. In beginning learn things. At ending have seen more. This. :- Doug.
Old age and infancy life’s only nows to have a marvelous time :- Doug.
We will wend our way around the park of life. :- Doug.
The study of age defies organization.
Experience is available widely; Eldering steeps. :- Doug.
Open to service beyond generations. :- Doug.
Aging we only lose things of this culture. :- Doug.
As we age, our minds grow supple. :- Doug.
Aging matters because living matters. :- Doug.