. . . We believe that the second half of life offers us unique opportunities for growing whole, not old. When we claim our place at the fire--- by recalling our stories, refinding our place, renewing our calling, and reclaiming our purpose--- we ultimately embrace the deepest expression of who we really really are.
. . . In the second half, the reward for surviving is the freedom to become yourself.
-- Richard J. Leider and David A. Shapiro from
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