Footprints in the Windsm # 1905–Far fewer debilitated

Footprints in the Windsm # 1905

Today I feel on the cusp of something new. We do not fear age so much as society’s fearful picture of age. And that perhaps stems from too little factual knowledge of what aging comprises.

I suspect that far fewer people are debilitated in old age than we think, and that far fewer of those who are debilitated would be but for cultural beliefs.

So we should be living engaged, stirring the pot, rolled into the mix, risking life for life.

Please pass it on.

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