Love is an unmistakable sensation that is like nothing else and impossible to replicate, ensuring that the anti-love movement can gain only a certain amount of traction.
Is spending considerable time in a world that no longer exists a normal and even healthy effort of problem-solving or a disturbing sign of a past-obsessed psyche?
Let’s stop viewing age as a constantly depreciating liability and instead treat it as a continually appreciating asset.
Isn’t it about time that we get over the infinitely different forms a human body can take?
Age Friendly presents a bold and counterintuitive idea—that aging is a positive thing for individuals, businesses, and society as a whole.
In our quest to fulfill our motto of “e pluribus unum”—out of many, one—I’m concerned we’re prioritizing the “pluribus” over the “unum.”
It should not be news that many members of Generation X and Generation Y (millennials) despise baby boomers and everything they stand for.
There’s a global Age Friendly movement bubbling up as the world’s population gets older, just a hint of what’s to come.
In the spirit of their lifelong activism aimed to make the country and the world better, baby boomers can and should do everything they can to make the workplace more Age Friendly.
Not just a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, and multi-gender workforce but a multi-generational one is in the best interests of all kinds of organizations and society as a whole.