The therapeutic qualities of gardens are increasingly being recognised as a way to improve the health of care home residents When the residents with dementia at Emerson Court in Havering, north-east London, last went for a "day out at the seaside",...
I cherish time spent with my mother. No matter how busy I get, I always make time for her. “She’s the closest friend I have in my life” is the truest line I’ve ever written, and the closing lyrics “I won’t have the courage to sort through her things; I cannot bear all the pain it will bring” confronts my fear of the inevitable.
Mark Vernon: Jung thought psychology could offer a language for grappling with moral ambiguities in an age of spiritual crisis
In 1959, two years before his death, Jung was interviewed for the BBC television programme Face to Face. The presenter, John Freeman, asked the elderly sage if he now believed in God. "Now?" Jung replied, paused and smiled. "Difficult to answer. I know. I don't need to believe, I know."
What did he mean? Perhaps several things.
He had spent much of the second half of his life exploring what it is to live during a period of spiritual crisis. It is manifest in the widespread search for meaning – a peculiar characteristic of the modern age: our medieval and ancient forebears showed few signs of it, if anything suffering from an excess of meaning. The crisis stems from the cultural convulsion triggered by the decline of religion in Europe. "Are we not plunging continually," Nietzsche has the "madman" ask when he announces ... (click title to continue)
Biologists have successfully extended the life spans of some mice by as much as 70%, leading many to believe that ongoing experimentation on our mammalian cousins will eventually lead to life-extending therapies in humans. But how reliable are these studies? And do they really apply to humans?
In 2008 Gavin Maitland underwent a life-saving double lung transplant. Five years later he swam from Alcatraz Island to San Francisco accompanied by his son and daughter - a feat that echoed his journey back from the brink of death.
The USC Emeriti Center, USC Career Center and the USC Alumni Association invite you to a town hall-style event celebrating the publication of “The Encore Career Handbook: How to Make a Living and a Difference in the Second Half of Life” ...
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In the second half of life, the mature ego isn't 1st person oriented, instead it's 3rd person oriented. The mature ego has come to terms with the truth, and has invalidated phony, illusory concepts one holds of himself, his world, ...
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