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A LITMUS TEST FOR A GOOD OLD AGE: 6 Questions to Ask Yourself

1. How do you speak of your death? Jesus did not experience the aging process, but he faced death. From his prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane and several discussions with his disciples, it is apparent that he knew the hour and details of his coming crucifixion. Surprisingly, Jesus does not speak of death in his [...]

A LITMUS TEST FOR A GOOD OLD AGE: 6 Questions to Ask Yourself2020-07-22T21:56:15+00:00

7 RULES TO BE “YOUNGER NEXT YEAR”

The tone of YOUNGER NEXT YEAR:Turn Back Your Biological Clock is refreshing, motivating, and amusing. It is refreshing in that the authors are refusing the ageism of our culture and the passivity of many older adults. They redefine the aging process by culling out the avoidable, degenerative diseases and decay we assume “normal.” YOUNGER NEXT YEAR is [...]

7 RULES TO BE “YOUNGER NEXT YEAR”2018-05-29T01:13:59+00:00

THE ART OF HONORING

Honoring has its challenges both individually and culturally. How much easier it is to slow down and adapt to the needs of a cute little child than respond to those of an older person. We may value life deeply, but an insidious prejudice creeps in. Thankfully, a few stand up on MAX and offer their [...]

THE ART OF HONORING2018-05-29T01:13:59+00:00