Quotes on the Beauty of Aging: Mankind's Wisdom on Aging from Diogenes to Dylan

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Laura Wertz
Richer Resources Publications, Apr 30, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 50 pages
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Mankind has long sought answers to the questions of his own mortality. Time and again, this led inevitably to the broader questions of life itself, and therein lies the common denominator of man's wisdom on aging. Philosophers from Diogenes to Dylan each have their own statements on the matter but they seem to agree on one thing. Aging is a part of living. Aging doesn't mean getting old. All will age. We begin aging from the time we are born. But we only begin to get old when we no longer find beauty in living and reasons to live. These pages contain 2500 years of wisdom poignantly illustrated by an artist ho herself remained young all her life, right on up to the age of 87. Richer Resources Publications is pleased to add this latest title to their Greatest Quotes Series of books.

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