"Youare old, Father William," the young man said...
Lettersto Father William are listed alphabetically by title...
"Thebrain of a seasoned Type A is programmed for insatiable striving When we stop the activity of achievement, seeping regrets and guilt quicklycondense and coat the skull walls..."
"Butthis road I'm traveling as I assume new roles (wife, coach) is really scary... Eachdecision feels so big that I make it all so serious and pondering and deep - and then Ilose my joy..."
"Idon't feel old; I feel rejuvenated! I'm like akid in a candy store with all the possibilities open to me! There's no way Iconsider myself a Third Ager..."
"We'dbe a lot more comfortable if I could get another corporate job..."
"Myjob makes me work longerto make ends meet - I can't stand the increasing pressure..."
Theguidance, humor and life experience you offer is universal and useful to folks of manyages and stages of life. Why are you addressing yourself only to Third Agers andleaving the rest of us out?
"Iam really into this Third Age stuff for myself, but I also would like to share what I amlearning about personal fulfillment with my 82 year old mother..."
"My23 year old daughter is in therapy where she has begun to look hard at her life, and shesees some areas in her childhood where she feels I let her down..."
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