Category Archives: longevity 21st Century

Longevity Thinking Replaces Retirement

Perhaps this repetition of mine – longevity thinking replaces retirement thinking – falls on our minds like a wet snow. It quickly dissolves under just enough heat from old frames of reference. February brings out as many commercials for “Retirement saving” plans as those for Valentine cards, candy and roses.                   Living longer may not be

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For What Joe Asks–the Promise of Longevity?

The gifts of conversation are falling my way gracefully at this start to 2012. Like – what is the promise of longevity in the 21st century? Always my opening question. And along comes an article by Joe Schlesinger this week on CBC News: “The problem with growing old, as a society I mean”. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/2012/01/16/f-vp-schlesinger-aging.html?cmp=googleeditorspick For

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