Turning 50 was a few years ago for me. I do not think I mind growing old, but do not think I was ready for the aches and pains, and watching my family and friends die off. What you will find here is simply thoughts, concerns, perceptions, and maybe even some activism. of life and what may have been taken for granted, and how, maybe, it should be lived and viewed. It's just ramblings, folks, so don't read it if you are seeking reality television or truth-spinning. :-) By the way, the essays are "anonymous." ;-)
Some choices leave us satisfied at the end of the day, some leave us satisfied at the end of our lives--and they aren't always the same. Clayton Christensen talks with Fast Company about why we do the things we do, and how we can do better.
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