by Don Ingwerson Aging, and all that goes with it, is frequently on people’s minds. There are many components to aging that people are concerned about: mental decline, physical decline, and insufficient funds to live during retirement, are just a few.
A guest post written by Robert Nafie from Arcadia, California It seems modern society is obsessed with statistical probabilities and future predictions of all types. We hear and see them everywhere – from national and local newspapers to best-selling books, from television commentators to talk-radio hosts, from political forecasts to weather forecasts.
Here’s our monthly Spanish translated blog, this time by Debra Chew, my colleague from Tennessee: Todos hemos dicho “lo creeré cuando lo vea”. Pero, ¿consideramos la afirmación contraria: que vemos y experimentamos lo que creemos, incluyendo lo que creemos sobre el envejecimiento? Considere la confianza del Dr. Norman Vincent Peale: “La edad no trae por […]
What are we willing to accept as true? The limitation of time or the promise of eternity? My colleague Eric Nelson, Committee on Publication for Northern California, posted a thoughtful blog that originally appeared on Communities Digital News. Eric writes: Well-known bioethicist, author and former Obama administration advisor Ezekiel Emanuel rocked the Twittersphere last year, saying he’d […]
Here’s our once-a-month Spanish blog for you to enjoy – this one is by my colleague Debra Chew from Tennessee. Todos hemos dicho “lo creeré cuando lo vea”. Pero, ¿consideramos la afirmación contraria: que vemos y experimentamos lo que creemos, incluyendo lo que creemos sobre el envejecimiento?