Tag Archives: AGING

AFTER WE’RE GONE

  Stones carefully set After we all have vanished Tell that we were here.    

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RED BUDS

First,tiny red buds,  Stricking color from dead twigs The Resurrection !   A one hundred year old Redbud tree Outstanding among spring blossoms    

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PUKKA’S PROMISE: a book review

(click the title to see the blog in the best format) EASTER BLESSINGS REVIEW Dog lovers will delight in reading Pukka’s Promise: the Quest for Longer-Lived Dogs by Ted Kerasote, a new book in which the author shares his passion … Continue reading

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TWO FILMS

(for best viewing click the title and go to the web page) Those older readers who missed two recent British films Quartet and The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel: run out to…I was going to say your local Blockbuster, but that’s … Continue reading

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GREEN LEAVES FOR LATER YEARS: a book review

Author Emilie Griffin in Green Leaves for Later Years: the Spiritual Path of Wisdom says that Erik Erikson suggests that his seven stages of human development were not adequate for the longevity of modern life. So, he began to apply … Continue reading

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LEARNING TO MOSEY

Musings on Looking Forward to My Eightieth Birthday “It is a blessing to get old. It is a blessing to find time to do the things, to read the books, to listen to the music”: this quote by Maurice Sandak, … Continue reading

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