Category Archives: Aging

Look to the sea

Long age does not calcify an elder person, but presence long enough to see the next set of waves wash away sand castles: these waves surprise. Look to the sea, the endless waves, and you will not be dismayed, will … Continue reading

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Not—still—

Not —still— do do and be —now— :- Doug.

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Get over answers

Get over needing an answer. :- Doug.

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Fruit unplanted

Old thoughts are old new thinking is hard fruit unplanted grows bitter :- Doug.

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What bell rung?

What bell was rung 300 years ago you feel today? :- Doug.

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What do we have?

What do we have that others don’t yet at their life’s stage? :- Doug.

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Do you believe in people change?

Do you believe in people change? : – Doug.

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Think you are?

Who do you think you are, at 60+? :- Doug

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Your own life?

When did you claim the right to live your own life? :- Doug.

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Seasoned people

We are seasoned people—people who have been touched by all 4 seasons, so we can bring seasoning to others. :- Doug.

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Keep moving meeting

Keep moving keep meeting :- Doug.

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Special song

No matter the age we make special song for the generations :- Doug.

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All these years?

What have I been doing all these years? What or who out that window will tell me? :- Doug.

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Neither causes the other

Just because death comes after age does not mean one causes the other. :- Doug.

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Dying in time to live

Almost die In age we can See what does not matter We’re not facing our death Better dying in time to live :- Doug.

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Will you be any good?

When you grow older, will you be any good at it? :- Doug.

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Blooming age!

Blooming age! :- Doug.

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