"WHO  WE  ARE  IS  NOT  SO  MUCH   ABOUT  WHERE  WE'VE  BEEN  OR  WHAT  WE'VE  DONE  AS  IT  IS  ABOUT  WHERE  WE'RE  GOING  AND WHAT  WE'LL  DO  WITH  THE  PRECIOUS  LITTLE  TIME  THAT  IS  STILL  OURS."

 ...Bruce*******

 

Cartoon by Joseph Farris, cartoonist, by way of Robert Binstock, Harvard '56 and his timeless presentation on 'Aging Well' ... only at the HarvardRadcliffe1956 website @

http://www.harvardradcliffe1956.com/


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
And then this, which has nothing to do with age, but instead addresses the timeless human behavioral question:---

"How different we all are...or are we?"

 

 
TRY PUTTING YOURSELF INSIDE THE "I":---
 
"Human-kind is inherently social.
But when it comes to you and 'I', we cannot possibly be 'all things to all people' 
--- for 'I am who I am'  has relevance only to those
... who 'see what I see'
... who 'hear what I hear'
... and who 'feel what I feel.' 
 And to all others, 'I' am irrelevant--- and hence different from them."

 ...Bruce********

 And the music?  It's a combination of The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra playing "Time"  and  Manheim Steamroller  playing "Do you hear what I hear."  And if by chance you can hear none of it, then go to  http://www.myotherdrive.com/file/067.461914.20032008.16658.0008fi/RPOtimeAndMSdoyouhearwhatIhearMPEG.wav --- then 'PLAY' --- then minimize your own computer's default media player to come back here.    ...Bruce*******      stats counter    Hahvahd Man '56