Nuland, Sherwin
July 2007
Guideposts;Jul2007, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p86
The article provide tips on growing older more compassionately. The author suggests exercising the mind through reading anything. He recommends several exercises to enjoy such as walking, swimming and dancing. He adds the significance of staying active at church, synagogue and in communities to help keep older people connected to one another.


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