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The rare, delicate flavor of a life after retiring in one's sixties, whatever one has "retired" from, the pleasure I experienced beyond my job at Columbia, is a gift of life in the last decades. but it is not easily learned.... But sometimes, the only way to live is to get out, or at least seriously to contemplate getting out, doing the impossible,flinging the conventional tea.


The Last Gift of Time: Life Beyond Sixty (ed. Ballantine Books, 2011) - ISBN: 9780307802149

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The rare, delicate flavor of a life after retiring in one's sixties, whatever one has retired from, the pleasure I experienced beyond my job at...

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The rare, delicate flavor of a life after retiring in one's sixties, whatever one has retired from, the pleasure I experienced beyond my job at...

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The rare, delicate flavor of a life after retiring in one's sixties, whatever one has retired from, the pleasure I experienced beyond my job at...

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The rare, delicate flavor of a life after retiring in one's sixties, whatever one has retired from, the pleasure I experienced beyond my job at...