Daily Archives September 28, 2017

When are you too old? A lesson from my oldest sibling.

Today I got off the freeway to see the brand new corporate office building that will house my brothers company.   He started the company after he retired from working for “the man” in his sixties. In 1825 Henry Wadsworth Longfellow spoke to Bowdoin College.  His poem Morituri Salutamus is a classic on aging. We don’t study great poets much these days.  This one warrants some consideration. Who cannot be intrigued by: In mediæval Rome, I know not where, There stood an image with its arm in air, And on its lifted finger, shining clear, A golden ring with the device,
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