Tag Archives: Baby Boomers

Two 25’s for a 50?

Age is an issue of mind over matter.  If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.  ~Mark Twain My father and mother were married for close to 60 years and like all long standing relationships they had their little phrases and sayings … Continue reading

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A Call to all Baby Boomers . . .

(Several months ago I wrote this blog after the anti-capitalism riots in London.  As a result of the Occupy Wall Street movement across the globe I think its message may be even more important, so I am reposting it again.) … Continue reading

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A Call to Baby Boomers . . .

‘Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more.’ –  Shakespeare’s Henry V, Act III, 1598. The years between 1946 and 1964 produced a remarkable generation, the post-war Baby Boomers, who have made substantial positive contributions to the world economy, … Continue reading

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