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What Makes Life So Full Now?

Sometimes I imagine trying to tell my younger self how life is now, as I approach 70. Where would I begin? What parts could I tell and what would I want to leave out? Musing like this, I remember a story I heard Ram Das tell, shortly after his book, Remember, Be Here Now, came […]

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Old Age is Boring Part 2: Little Losses and Endings

By the time you get to 60 or so, you’ve begun to push away the small sorrows of the secret dreams you’re not going to get to in this lifetime. Things you’ve probably never mentioned to anybody but have been a lovely possibility, something the future could hold if things work out. To name a […]

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