Archive for September 13th, 2018

Families scatter

Hunter-gatherers lose their elders when they can no longer keep up with the moving band. Agrarian communities gain elders by staying put. They have supplies of food and existing shelter, so longevity is allowed extension. Now our families scatter on the four winds; will we again leave our elders behind? It falls to us to make these years most valuable For the Grandchildren.

:- Doug.

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Who then?

If the body is healthy, the soul is expanding, and we have an extra 30 years, who then?

:- Doug.

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Eldering never bloomed

Eldering might never have bloomed—yet. With our rapidly expanding life spans, we are now given an opening and necessity to invent our role.

:- Doug.

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Wrap stories in stories

Let us learn ways
to wrap stories in stories
to sneak lessons deep inside lessons

:- Doug.

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Caring defines humans

Caring for one another is what defines us as humans, what opens up our worlds.

:- Doug.

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