At 65 one is not merely 20 years older than one was at 45. One has exchanged an infinite future--and one had a tendency to look upon it as infinite--for a finite future.
As you know, birthdays make one thoughtful. If one is prepared to be honest, any birthday means one has aged. That makes me realize that whenever we speak of aging we use distancing ...[Read More]
Trying to look younger and prevent aging has become an $88 billion a year business. That's based on the research in a new book by Arlene Weintraub titled Selling the Fountain of Youth: ...[Read More]