Hepburn, Katharine
September 1987
Saturday Evening Post;Sep87, Vol. 259 Issue 6, p26
The article presents views of the author about the pursuit of life, vitality. Oxford says vitality is power, hold on life, the ability to continue vital functions, persistent energy. What do I consider my vitality at an age when I should be displaying better sense? First, physical vitality that which makes me clean that room-dig that flower bed. Limited vitality, certainly, but better than nothing. The pursuit of pleasure and excitement. Lack of vitality is a terrible lack. It can mean that you just don't try. Sometimes you have a choice to try or not to try. And if you do not try its a negative attitude.


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