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[Quote No.57344] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death:] One never knows the ending. One has to die to know exactly what happens after death..." - Alfred Hitchcock

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[Quote No.57345] Need Area: Body > General
"[Mourning:] No matter how prepared you think you are for the death of a loved one, it still comes as a shock, and it still hurts very deeply." - Billy Graham

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"[The mystery of death and dying:] How we deal with death is at least as important as how we deal with life." - James Kirk

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[Quote No.57347] Need Area: Body > General
"[Coming to terms with the mystery of death and dying:] I feel strongly, because a man who will himself die one day in the not to distant future and, also, as a psychiatrist who spent decades dealing with death anxiety, that confronting death allows us, not to open some noisome [very unpleasant], Pandora's box, but to re-enter life in a richer, more compassionate manner." - Irvin D. Yalom

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[Quote No.57348] Need Area: Body > General
"[It is important and helpful to come to terms with the mystery of death and dying:] We do have trouble dealing with death, but it's the one thing that is guaranteed we are all going to have to do, and we are going to have to face it many times before we die ourselves." - Katherine Paterson

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[Quote No.57349] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death:] I do not fear death. I know it is coming, and I do not fear it, because I believe there is nothing on the other side of death to fear." - Roger Ebert

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[Quote No.57350] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death:] Do not fear death, but welcome it, since it too comes from nature. For just as we are young and grow old, and flourish and reach maturity, have teeth and a beard and grey hairs, conceive, become pregnant, and bring forth new life, and all the other natural processes that follow the seasons of our existence, so also do we have death. A thoughtful person will never take death lightly, impatiently, or scornfully, but will wait for it as one of life's natural processes." - Marcus Aurelius

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[Quote No.57351] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death:] I do not fear death. I may fear a little bit about the process, but not death itself..." - Billy Graham

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[Quote No.57353] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death and dying:] Though I can't help feeling a sudden death cheats you of something. Death is an experience of life. You only get one death. I would like to be aware it was happening, even if that did mean enduring pain and fear." - Trudi Canavan

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[Quote No.57355] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death and dying:] True blessedness consisteth in a good life and a happy death." - Solon

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[Quote No.57356] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death and dying:] There are few men who know how to go to their deaths with dignity, and often they are not those whom one would expect." - Primo Levi

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[Quote No.57357] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death and dying:] Normally we do not like to think about death. We would rather think about life. Why reflect on death? When you start preparing for death you soon realize that you must look into your life now... and come to face the truth of your self. Death is like a mirror in which the true meaning of life is reflected." - Sogyal Rinpoche

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[Quote No.57358] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death and dying:] Preparing for death is one of the most empowering things you can do. Thinking about death clarifies your life." - Candy Chang

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[Quote No.57359] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death and dying:] I was in Korea. I've noticed all my life I see elderly people who have been close to death in an illness and they're absolutely cured and they say, now I know how to live my life. I've seen death. That happened to me when I was 19. It was a terrible, terrifying thing. And I live my life like those people decided to do when they were old. So, since I was 19, I've had the most fun possible every single day, even when I had a rough life. It was the army which taught me about life, and the theater which taught me how good it could be." - Michael Caine
British actor
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[Quote No.57360] Need Area: Body > General
"[Coming to terms with the mystery of death and dying:] There was a tale he had read once, long ago, as a small boy: the story of a traveler who had slipped down a cliff, with man-eating tigers above him and a lethal fall below him, who managed to stop his fall halfway down the side of the cliff, holding on for dear life. There was a clump of strawberries beside him, and certain death above him and below. What should he do? went the question. And the reply was, Eat the strawberries. The story had never made sense to him as a boy. It did now." - Neil Gaiman

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[Quote No.57368] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death:] This is a brief life, but in its brevity it offers us some splendid moments, some meaningful adventures." - Rudyard Kipling
(1865 - 1936)
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[Quote No.57436] Need Area: Body > General
"[Aging:] I'm very pleased with each advancing year. It stems back to when I was forty. I was a bit upset about reaching that milestone, but an older friend consoled me. 'Don't complain about growing old - many, many people do not have that privilege.'" - Earl Warren
(1891-1974)
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[Quote No.57454] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death:] I've told my children that when I die, to release balloons in the sky to celebrate that I graduated. For me, death is a graduation." - Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
(1926 - 2004)
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[Quote No.57462] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death:] Just when the caterpillar thought the world was ending, he turned into a butterfly." - Proverb

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[Quote No.57466] Need Area: Body > General
"In order to get more sleep, don't just have an alarm to wake you up, also have one to remind you when to go to bed." - Anaonymous

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[Quote No.57574] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death:] One of the reasons she wanted to merge in [focus on] love, and be obliterated [absorbed] by it, was to escape [distract from] the terror of facing obliteration by death. Nietszche said, 'The final reward of the dead - to die no more [in the imagination].' " - Irvin D. Yalom
(1931 - ), American existential psychiatrist and psychotherapist, who is emeritus professor of psychiatry at Stanford University, as well as author of both fiction and nonfiction. Quote from his 1989 classic 'Love’s Executioner and Other Tales of Psychotherapy', p.40.
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[Quote No.57575] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death:] The final reward of the dead - to die no more [in the imagination]." - Friedrich Nietszche

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[Quote No.57576] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death:] I have always felt that the way one faces death is greatly determined by the model one's parents set. The last gift a parent can give to children is to teach them, through example, how to face death with equanimity... " - Irvin D. Yalom
(1931 - ), American existential psychiatrist and psychotherapist, who is emeritus professor of psychiatry at Stanford University, as well as author of both fiction and nonfiction. Quote from his 1989 classic 'Love’s Executioner and Other Tales of Psychotherapy', p.86.
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[Quote No.57578] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death:] ...though the fact of death destroys us [at least physically], the idea of death can save us. In other words, our awareness of death can throw a different perspective on life and incite us to rearrange our priorities." - Irvin D. Yalom
(1931 - ), American existential psychiatrist and psychotherapist, who is emeritus professor of psychiatry at Stanford University, as well as author of both fiction and nonfiction. Quote from his 1989 classic 'Love’s Executioner and Other Tales of Psychotherapy', p.111.
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[Quote No.57588] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death:- As expressed in Group psychotherapy by a client:] 'Well, if I start being serious here, I'll start talking about how much I hate about growing older, how much I fear death. Some day I'll tell you about my nightmares - maybe.' ----- [Psychotherapist:] 'You’re not the only one who has these fears, Dave. Maybe it would be helpful to find out everyone's in the same boat.’ ----- [Group psychotherapy client:] 'No, you're alone in your own boat. That's the most terrible part about dying - you have to do it alone. ----- Another member [of the psychotherapy group]: 'Even so, even though you're alone in your boat. It's always comforting to see the lights of the other boats bobbing nearby.' " - Irvin D. Yalom
(1931 - ), American existential psychiatrist and psychotherapist, who is emeritus professor of psychiatry at Stanford University, as well as author of both fiction and nonfiction. Quote from his 1989 classic 'Love’s Executioner and Other Tales of Psychotherapy', p.161.
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[Quote No.57624] Need Area: Body > General
"[Aging:] At eighty I believe I am a far more cheerful person than I was at twenty or thirty. I most definitely would not want to be a teenager again. Youth may be glorious, but it is also painful to endure..." - Henry Miller
(1891 - 1980), American writer.
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[Quote No.57628] Need Area: Body > General
"[On death and dying, after being diagnosed with a terminal illness:] I cannot pretend I am without fear. But my predominant feeling is one of gratitude. I have loved and been loved; I have been given much and I have given something in return; I have read and traveled and thought and written. ... Above all, I have been a sentient being, a thinking animal, on this beautiful planet, and that in itself has been an enormous privilege and adventure." - Dr. Oliver Sacks
[https://www.brainpickings.org/2015/11/24/oliver-sacks-gratitude-book/ ]
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[Quote No.57630] Need Area: Body > General
"[On aging written in his eighties, after being diagnosed with a terminal illness:] My father, who lived to 94, often said that the 80s had been one of the most enjoyable decades of his life. He felt, as I begin to feel, not a shrinking but an enlargement of mental life and perspective. One has had a long experience of life, not only one's own life, but others', too. One has seen triumphs and tragedies, booms and busts, revolutions and wars, great achievements and deep ambiguities, too. One has seen grand theories rise, only to be toppled by stubborn facts. One is more conscious of transience and, perhaps, of beauty. At 80, one can take a long view and have a vivid, lived sense of history not possible at an earlier age. I can imagine, feel in my bones, what a century is like, which I could not do when I was 40 or 60. I do not think of old age as an ever grimmer time that one must somehow endure and make the best of, but as a time of leisure and freedom, freed from the factitious urgencies of earlier days, free to explore whatever I wish, and to bind the thoughts and feelings of a lifetime together." - Dr. Oliver Sacks
[https://www.brainpickings.org/2015/11/24/oliver-sacks-gratitude-book/ ]
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[Quote No.57631] Need Area: Body > General
"[On aging: 20's - 40's, written in her early 40's looking back] Any traces of precocity I ever had are long forgotten. I am not and will never again be a young writer, a young homeowner, a young teacher. I was never a young wife. The only thing I could do now for which my youth would be a truly notable feature would be to die. If I died now, I'd die young. Everything else, I'm doing middle-aged. I am nostalgic for my twenties (most of them, anyway; twenty and twenty-one were squandered at college; twenty-four was kind of a wash, too) but I can tell you for sure that they weren't as great as I now crack them up to be. I was always broke, I was often lonely, and I had some really terrible clothes. But my life was shiny and unblemished. Everything was ahead of me. I walked around with an abiding feeling that, at any given time, anything could go in any direction. And it was often true. ... I didn't want to miss anything. I wanted to stretch out over the city like a giant octopus. I wanted enough appendages to be able to ring every door buzzer simultaneously. There was some switch turned on in my brain that managed to make 90 percent of conversations feel interesting or useful or, if nothing else, worth referencing later if only by way of describing how boring this person was who I got stuck talking to. ... This was a time in my life when I was so filled with longing for so many things that were so far out of reach that at least once a day I thought my heart would implode from the sheer force of unrequited desire. By desire I am not referring to apartments I wanted to occupy or furniture I wanted to buy or even people I was attracted to (well, I'm referring to those things a little) but, rather, a sensation I can only describe as the ache of not being there yet. ... [In an imaginary encounter between her younger self she considers how gobsmacked her Younger Self would be by the notion that a few decades later, she'd be reminiscing fondly about the cumulative timescape of the very things presently exasperating her:] I can imagine her looking at Older Self in horrified astonishment. 'I'm going to be reminiscing about this?' she'd ask while the ATM spat out her card and flashed 'insufficient funds' across the screen. 'You're telling me that when I'm forty-five I'll be pining for the temp jobs and cheap shoes that now comprise my life? You're telling me this is as good as it gets? You're telling me, contrary to everything I tell myself, that it's actually all downhill from here?' To which I'd hope that Older Self would have the good sense to assure Younger Self that that is not what she is saying, that indeed things will only go up from here. Maybe not right away and certainly not without some deep valleys to offset the peaks (as well as a few sharp left turns, as long as we're speaking in euphemisms) but with enough steadiness to suggest that whatever she is doing now more or less constitutes being on the right track. ... 'Listen,' Older Self might say. 'The things that right now seem permanently out of reach, you'll reach them eventually. You'll have a career, a house, a partner in life. You will have much better shoes. You will reach a point where your funds will generally be sufficient — maybe not always plentiful, but sufficient.' ... [The sensation of 'everything is in front of you', along with inexperience, will diminish but...] On the subject of growing up, or feeling that you have succeeded in doing so, I'm pretty sure the consensus is that it's an illusion. Probably no one ever really feels grown-up... [but perspective and experience will grow as will wisdom as compensation.] ... " - Meghan Daum
(1970 - ), American author, essayist, and journalist. Quote from her book, 'The Unspeakable: And Other Subjects of Discussion', published 2014. [https://www.brainpickings.org/2014/12/09/meghan-daum-unspeakable/ ]
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[Quote No.57706] Need Area: Body > General
"But thinking about and being aware of our mortality [limited lifespan and death] creates real perspective and urgency. It doesn't need to be depressing. Because it's invigorating." - Ryan Holiday
'The Obstacle Is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Adversity to Advantage'.
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[Quote No.57710] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death:] And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years." - Abraham Lincoln

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[Quote No.57711] Need Area: Body > General
"[Aging:] And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years." - Abraham Lincoln

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[Quote No.57723] Need Area: Body > General
"[Life, death and dying:] Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, thoroughly used, totally worn out and loudly proclaiming: 'Wow, what a trip!'" - Unknown

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[Quote No.57787] Need Area: Body > General
"[Aging:] Don't just count the days; make the days count!" - Unknown

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[Quote No.57867] Need Area: Body > General
"[Japanese Death Poems, which are written when dying. The following poem reflects on war, power and fame.]

Both the victor
and the vanquished are
but drops of dew,
but bolts of lightning -
thus should we view the world.

" - Ouchi Yoshitaka
(1507-1551), he was a daimyo (Japanese feudal lord-ruler) of Suō Province and a son of Ōuchi Yoshioki. In 1522, he fought the Amago clan along with his father, Yoshioki, to win the control of Aki Province. Upon Yoshioki's death in 1528, Yoshitaka became the head of Ōuchi clan. As quoted in Hoffmann's book, 'Japanese Death Poems', pg. 53.
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[Quote No.57880] Need Area: Body > General
"[Self-Defence and Martial Arts:] He who should teach men to [kill, destroy and] die, would, at the same time, teach them to [be caring, productive and] live." - Michel de Montaigne
(1533 - 1592) French essayist
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[Quote No.58096] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death:] The thought of dying still bothers me a little but I do not fear it. When I do die at least it will answer some of the philosophical questions I have." - Bruce A. Annear
[https://www.quora.com/What-does-it-feel-like-to-be-really-old-knowing-that-death-is-imminent/answer/Bruce-A-Annear ]
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[Quote No.58106] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of death:] To begin depriving death of its greatest advantage over us, let us adopt a way clean contrary to that common one, let us deprive death of its strangeness; let us frequent it, let us get used to it... to practice [be aware of] death is to practice [value life and its] freedom. " - Michel de Montaigne
sixteenth century philosopher
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[Quote No.58202] Need Area: Body > General
"[The mystery of life and death:] Memento mori. [Latin for 'remember you must die' and an artistic genre designed to act as a reminder for people that life exists to be lived to the full, that every moment should be cherished as a gift which must be made the most of in the few years granted to you.]" - Unknown

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[Quote No.58256] Need Area: Body > General
"[Aging:] Youth is the time between endless potential and the potential end. " - Jane McVay

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[Quote No.58257] Need Area: Body > General
"[Aging:] Youth: When you have it you long to be beyond it and when you are beyond it you long to have it." - Robert W. Dixon

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"[The mystery of death and dying well:] When I die, I want to go peacefully like my grandfather did – in his sleep. Not yelling and screaming like the passengers in his car." - Bob Monkhouse
(1928-2003), comedian
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[Quote No.58701] Need Area: Body > General
"[Age and aging:] I suppose real old age begins when one looks backward rather than forward." - May Sarton

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"[The mystery of death and dying:] This is the road we all must travel -- over the Bridge of Sighs into the peace of eternity." - Soren Kierkegaard
Danish philosopher, theologian, poet, social critic and religious author who is widely considered to be the first existentialist philosopher.
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"[Aging gracefully and eating a healthy, nutritious diet for active longevity:] Blue Zones is a concept used to identify a demographic and/or geographic area of the world where people live measurably longer lives. The concept grew out of demographic work done by Gianni Pes and Michel Poulain, who identified Sardinia's Nuoro province as the region with the highest concentration of male centenarians. As the two men zeroed in on the cluster of villages with the highest longevity, they drew concentric blue circles on the map and began referring to the area inside the circle as the Blue Zone. Dan Buettner identifies longevity hotspots in Okinawa (Japan); Sardinia (Italy); Nicoya (Costa Rica); Icaria (Greece); and among the Seventh-day Adventists in Loma Linda, California, and offers an explanation, based on empirical data and first hand observations, as to why these populations live healthier and longer lives. The five regions identified and discussed by Buettner in the book 'The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer from the People Who've Lived the Longest': --- 1. Sardinia, Italy (particularly Nuoro province and Ogliastra): one team of demographers found a hot spot of longevity in mountain villages where men reach the age of 100 years at an amazing rate. --- 2. The islands of Okinawa, Japan: another team examined a group that is among the longest-lived on Earth. --- 3. Loma Linda, California: researchers studied a group of Seventh-day Adventists who rank among North America's longevity all-stars. --- 4. Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica: the peninsula was the subject of research on a Quest Network expedition which began on January 29, 2007. --- 5. Icaria, Greece: an April 2009 study on the island of Ikaria uncovered the location with the highest percentage of 90-year-olds on the planet – nearly 1 out of 3 people make it to their 90s. Furthermore, Ikarians 'have about 20 percent lower rates of cancer, 50 percent lower rates of heart disease and almost no dementia.' Residents of the first three places produce a high rate of centenarians, suffer a fraction of the diseases that commonly kill people in other parts of the developed world, and enjoy more healthy years of life. ... The people inhabiting Blue Zones share common lifestyle characteristics that contribute to their longevity. ... Buettner in his book provide a list of nine lessons, covering the lifestyle of blue zones people: - 1.Moderate, regular physical activity. - 2.Life purpose. - 3.Stress reduction. - 4.Moderate calories intake. - 5.Plant-based diet [Semi-vegetarianism – except for the Sardinian diet, the majority of food consumed is derived from plants]. - 6.Moderate alcohol intake, especially wine [Less smoking]. - 7.Engagement in spirituality or religion. - 8.Engagement in family life. - 9.Engagement in social life." - wikipedia.org
[Refer https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Zone and https://www.bluezones.com/live-longer/ and https://www.bluezones.com/blue-zones-solution-2/ ]
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"All the inventions and devices ever constructed by the human hand or conceived by the human mind, no matter how delicate, how intricate and complicated, are simple, childish toys compared with that most marvelously wrought mechanism, the human body. Its parts are far more delicate, and their mutual adjustments infinitely more accurate, than are those of the most perfect chronometer ever made." - John Harvey Kellogg
(1852 - 1943), Medical Doctor who invented flaked breakfast cereals first known as Wheat Flakes and Corn Flakes. An avid health reformer, skilled surgeon, and physician, Kellogg's extensive writing and lecturing contributed to a new emphasis on the importance of a healthy diet, adequate exercise, and natural remedies near the end of the nineteenth century.
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"[A healthy, natural diet: dieting to lose weight before keeping to a diet lifestyle to maintain a healthy weight:] The biggest mistake people make is to try to lose too much weight too fast." -

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"[A healthy, natural diet: aging and longevity:] Lower caloric exposure and episodic fasting can extend the life span of all animals, the longer we spend in the catabolic state, the longer we live." - Joel Fuhrman
American author, physician, speaker, and media personality who advocates what he calls a micronutrient-rich ‘Nutritarian’ diet.
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"[Healthy living improves aging and longevity:] Old age is not a time of life. It is a condition of the body. It is not time that ages the body, it is abuse that does. " - Herbert M. Shelton

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"[Aging, perspective and society:] The '18-40-60 Rule': at 18 you care what everyone thinks, at 40 you don't care what anyone thinks and at 60 you realize no one ever cared about what you thought, they were busy worrying about themselves." - Daniel Amen
Psychiatrist
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