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The Reality of Change

There is a stereotype that older people can’t keep up with change. Family members will laugh at the blinking display of the unset DVD player (or for the even less adaptable, VCR). And the older we get, the more quickly … Continue reading

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Coping with Change: Becoming an Agent of Positive Change

Change is a reality of our lives, our bodies and our relationships. None of us will escape aging, loss and death. But don’t despair, there’s much we can do in the meantime. The greatest waste of our time is the … Continue reading

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Everything changes . . . so let’s stop denying it!

Shunryu Suzuki-roshi when asked to express the heart of Buddhism in a few words replied, “Everything changes.” That’s an apt description of our lives. That change is generally a positive thing for children. They continue to grow and learn something … Continue reading

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