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Footprints in the Windsm # 1811–To use this voice

Footprints in the Windsm # 1811

To use this voice is to grow this love.


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“Older adult” epithet

The term “older adult” is a misunderstanding if not an ill considered epithet.

:- Doug.

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Growing cosmos

Grandparenting means helping the cosmos grow.

:- Doug.

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Given age what

Most are given age; what will we do with it?

:- Doug.

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Youngsters and oldsters

We have youngsters; what if we had oldsters? What would they be to the rest of us, how would they act? Would they be mates of the youngsters, sharers of play? How would they relate with the elders? What other sorts and roles of the chronologically advanced would we see if we’d look?

:- Doug.

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science of deeper forms

In What Are Old People For? Bill Thomas observes that the pre-frontal cortex (he says the locus of the monkey mind) shrinks and so he speculates that we grow ever more capable of deeper forms of meditation and contemplation. This shows the science to what the poem “Modern Magellans” starts unfolding.

:- Doug.

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