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The Wisdom of Age

Whatever your age, you likely know someone who is older. Our elders have important wisdom to offer us, but many of them are suffering as well.
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Better to be Wise than Clever

The poet Rumi once wrote: “Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.” How often do we try to do too much in a given day?
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Have Courage

Reflect The difference between courage and brashness is wisdom.  The fool may go into challenges with gusto but will fail.  Courage does not mean a lack of fear. Courage is moving forward despite fear. Christian courage means trusting that the ...
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Growing Older

Reflect In her late 70s, my mother once said, “Growing old is not for the feint-hearted.” The greatest emotional/spiritual challenge of growing old is fear. Some fear the afterlife. Others fear the process of dying. Most fear becoming disabled to ...
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Embracing Wisdom

Wisdom speaks of and leads to a bigger picture, a deep-seated awareness of wholeness, a sense of oneness, and interconnection.
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