70th Year

Aging Helps Things Get Clear

February 1, 2018

Maybe we get wiser. Maybe it is having less time. Whatever it is, lots of us in later years report some deeper, clearer understandings of what matters. One great little book, one that pulls no punches on both the hard and good side of the journey, also beautifully captures what to look forward to in […]

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Aging as an Art Form

January 18, 2018

We must not forget that very few people are artistic in life: that the art of life is the most distinguished and rarest of all the arts. Whoever succeeded at draining the whole cup with grace?  ~CG Jung I have woman friend, 87, who resisted going into a tiered living arrangement. But she relented. The […]

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The Wisdom Podcast

January 8, 2018

Here is the link to my new podcast, Stories for the Ages: celebrating aging with vitality and purpose debuting in January 2018 in collaboration with WOSU, Columbus Ohio’s public radio, station. Our species-wide primal urge to learn takes endless forms. Podcasts is one of the newer forms, so it was time to go for it. I think you […]

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John’s New Podcast on Aging Launches January 5

December 18, 2017

Witty Podcast Series Demonstrates Healthy Aging and Offers Wellness Tips for Life’s Universal Transition COLUMBUS, OHIO, December 18, 2017 – Aging – everybody’s doing it – and Columbus author, coach and educator John Schuster wants to help you approach the process in a productive and healthy way. Stories for the Ages, a new podcast series produced by WOSU Public […]

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Aging Well with Gump(tion)  

December 13, 2017

December holidays bring that incomparably palpable atmosphere of gratitude and sense of grace in the world. This month, in this blog, you will read about the upside and the joys of aging. Yes, there are many upsides. I say this to those who doubt it outright or are only partially convinced this is true. I am […]

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