It’s my age. It’s that place in life where I find myself. There are times when I reflect a bit deeper on the transitions of life. I ran across THIS ARTICLE a couple of years ago after hearing his talk online. I pulled it out again recently to reflect on what is needed in myContinue reading “More depth”
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Getting old in America
While we have a president in his 70s and three projected contenders in the 2020 well into their 70s, unless you’re running for president, getting old in America isn’t easy. Ageism in the work place, being shoved aside as “irrelevant” when it comes to opinions and experience, etc., begins to wear on folks. But whenContinue reading “Getting old in America”
I’ve contemplated this year… for all of 5 minutes. In this year: We will have relocated our church and relaunched ministry, welcomed our second daughter in law to the family, and become a grandpa. Quite the year I’m find myself halfway through.
Good News is I Don’t Have to be Shot… Yet
This article I posted yesterday started out with bad news. At my age, I’m just done. I have an obligation to fade into the sunset. So, I had some fun with that, even knowing the article had good news in the main piece. Here is the good news for us “geezers.” A recent study heContinue reading “Good News is I Don’t Have to be Shot… Yet”
Oh Just Shoot Me Now!
I have discovered why my denomination has such a fixation on ministers under the age of 40 right now. This article’s opening paragraphs reveal all: IN 1905, at age 55, Sir William Osler, the most influential physician of his era, decided to retire from the medical faculty of Johns Hopkins. In a farewell speech, Osler talkedContinue reading “Oh Just Shoot Me Now!”