Dear Future Me: Please Listen!

This article by Bob Seawright gives some things to think about regarding the challenges we each may face in our later years.

Steve ——————————————-

Bob Dylan hit on a universal truth when he sang about his son and the attraction of remaining young.

May your hands always be busy
May your feet always be swift
May you have a strong foundation
When the winds of changes shift
May your heart always be joyful
May your song always be sung
May you stay forever young

Dylan’s voice was best described, famously by Joyce Carol Oates, as if sandpaper could sing, but he was, according to Time magazine, “the guiding spirit of the counterculture” and the voice of his generation. Today that generation—my generation, the baby boomers, including Dylan—isn’t young anymore. And none of us is going to defeat Father Time. As Dylan’s friend John Mellencamp sang in “Life is Short Even on Its Longest Days,” “one day you get sick and you don’t get better.”

via Dear Future Me: Please Listen!.

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