Five years later, some further reflection on aging and legacies — wait, there’s more!
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From the high school “cool kids” to the various types of modern “polis,” to use Aristotle’s language, there have always been elites, who we perceive as controlling our lives.
Not unhappy that Christmas is over this year — more stressful than usual with Omicron, etc.?
How Much Does a 4-Year-Old Know?
Published February 21, 2020 in Warp & Woof How Much Does a 4-Year-Old Know? Well, At Least My Grandson … William Sundwick He does love to talk! From the moment his dad dropped him off Friday afternoon, duffel bag stuffed with changes of clothes and toys, until we took him back homeContinue reading “How Much Does a 4-Year-Old Know?”
Am I Old Yet?
Published January 17, 2020 in Warp & Woof Am I Old Yet? An Update William Sundwick Warp & Woof has seen other pieces about getting old. It seems I owe the reader an update from time to time. I am now mid-way through my fifth year of retirement. I wouldn’t contest the rationale for myContinue reading “Am I Old Yet?”
Staying Anchored and Marking Time
Published January 31, 2019 in Warp & Woof Staying Anchored and Marking Time The Meaning of Routines William Sundwick About two years ago, I wrote a post for Warp & Woof called “Celebrating Banality.” It was a defense of the banal, quotidian routines in life. They were contrasted with the relatively rare moments of exhilarationContinue reading “Staying Anchored and Marking Time”