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Wrinkled Wisdom

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My grandfather, Harvey Saunders, spent his life working out-of-doors as a lumberjack and forest ranger. As he aged, his elegant, strong and gentle hands developed creases, lines and dark spots. These huge, graceful and richly textured hands fascinated me. They exuded wrinkled wisdom. Because of him, I have photographed the elegance and majesty expressed in

The Encore Movement leads by example…

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Back in 1960, U.S. President John F. Kennedy convened the first White House Conference on Aging with this challenge: “We’ve added years to life. Now it’s time to add life to those additional years!” A booming economy responded with a retirement living industry that supported “graying as playing.” From 1960 until now, another 15 years

Passion – Paycheck – Purpose

– Posted in: Articles Learning

About a senior gap year and the longevity paradox. I would love to take a senior gap year, right now, as I move from full employment to the next stage of my life that could well be 20 to 30 years. I would love the opportunity to explore new avenues, try new things and experiment

Madiba – Nelson Mandela

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It was past 23h on December 5, 2013. I was up creating a collage of the Pass It On Network launch with Jan Hively in Paris in November, vaguely watching late night news on Aljazeera when the flow was interrupted. President Jacob ZUMA was about to address the people of South Africa. Madiba, the father