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GEMS I LEARNED ALONG THE WAY

I have lived a very long time and feel obliged to pass on gems I learned along the way. Use what you want and throw the rest of my expertise away. I don’t guarantee eternal youth. When I was young … Continue reading

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WHO IS THAT OLD PERSON IN THE MIRROR?

 So you’ve gotten elderly. So what? You are now that astute old person with those wonderful character lines. Though wise, there are still some things you have to learn. There is nothing wrong with the younger generation. True, you don’t … Continue reading

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SENIORS ATTENTION! Are You Having Fun Yet?

You can’t ignore old age. You can complain about it, be glad you lived long enough to be able to complain, or you can evaluate the way you are living and create a way of life that gives you pleasure. … Continue reading

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HOW OLD DO YOU HAVE TO BE TO BE CONSIDERED OLD—OR VERY OLD?

MY QUALIFICATIONS: I am active. I am happy. I am old. Certification: Birth Certificate—It says I was born in 1915 and in 6 weeks I’ll be 96. When I was in my forties I complained to the doctor that I … Continue reading

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