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"Chittister beautifully downplays regrets and accents the rewards of a mature life. While she acknowledges the pain of old age, she focuses on the new beginnings that life can offer at this stage. . . . Excellent information and would make a positive contribution to any public library's collection." Library Journal
"Joan Chittister is one of the great spiritual teachers of our generation." Lawrence Kushner, author, Kabbalah: A Love Story
"A prophetic voice that is desperately needed in our troubled time." Karen Armstrong, author, The Great Transformation
A good book to read and keep referring back to. So many good points. Have enjoyed it and will share it.Published 1 day ago by Sue B.
Didn't get past the first few pages. Who wants to read about getting old. It was sorta depressing.Published 1 day ago by Dale S.
This is a wonderful book! It is a treasure you will read over and over again. I am so glad it was recommended to me by my older sister who knows how to live a full life. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Maria E Freeman
This was an inspiring look at aging. Approaching the age of 70, I was feeling a little blue about what the future holds. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Camille Lester
Joan Chittister lets mythology and false beliefs about age. The wisdom and peace that years bring for those who would receive. Read morePublished 9 days ago by joan messenger
Reading this book provided answers to questions about aging Like: Is it possible to be regularly optimistic about
daily living as I continue to age? Read more
A great book that puts into words all I am feeling as I approach this new season of life.
The author paints the senior years as ones to look forward to and embrace vs. Read more