Index


xiii: "Do not go gentle into that good night," Dylan Thomas, from The Poems of Dylan Thomas (New Directions, 1952).

3: "The first requirement of any society," Joseph Campbell, The Mythic Dimension: Selected Essays 1958–1987.

6: "Because it does not know," Ram Dass, Still Here: Embracing Aging, Changing, and Dying (Riverhead Books, 2000). 13: "Wholly unprepared, we embark," Carl Jung, Modern Man in Search of a Soul (1933).

21: "The call rings up the curtain," Joseph Campbell, The Hero with a Thousand Faces (Princeton University Press, 1949). 17: "Life can only be understood backwards," Søren Kierkegaard, Philosophical Fragments.

17: T. S. Eliot, "Little Giddings" (1942), © 1969 Valerie Eliot.

20: James Hillman, The Force of Character: And the Lasting Life (Ballantine Books, 1999).

21: "Being old is not the same," Betty Friedan, The Fountain of Age (Simon & Schuster, 1993).

21: Jane Juska, A Round-Heeled Woman: My Late-Life Adventures in Sex and Romance (Villard Books, 2003).

24: Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, From Age-ing to Sage-ing: A Profound New Vision of Growing Older (Warner Books, 1997). 24: "The thing is to understand myself," Søren Kierkegaard, Søren Kierkegaard Journal and Papers, edited by Howard Hong (Indiana University Press, 1976).

25: "It is a great art to saunter," Henry David Thoreau, Walden (1854).

30: David Suzuki and Peter Knudtson eds., Wisdom of the Elders: Sacred Native Stories of Nature (Bantam, 1992).

34: "When you learn how to die," Mitch Albom, Tuesdays with Morrie: An Old Man, a Young Man, and Life's Greatest Lesson (Doubleday, 1997).

35: Great American Think-Off, www.think-off.org

57: "Situations in which we become dependent," Ram Dass, Still Here: Embracing Aging, Changing, and Dying (Riverhead Books, 2000).

60: "You cannot step twice," Heraclitus (544-483 BC), Fragments.

65: "Imagination is everything," Albert Einstein, What I Believe (1933).

71: About Schmidt (New Line Cinema Productions, 2002). 78: George E. Vaillant, Aging Well (Little Brown, 2002).

100: "Nothing great," Ralph Waldo Emerson, "Circles," in Ralph Waldo Emerson: Essays and Lectures (New American Library, 1983).

107: Theodore Roszak, America the Wise: The Longevity Revolution and the True Wealth of Nations (Houghton Mifflin, 1998).

107: "I told you to take a leave," Louis Begley, About Schmidt (Ballantine Books, 1997).

108: Bill Cosby, Time Flies (Doubleday, 1987).

108: Ken Dychtwald, Age Wave (Tarcher, 1989).

108: "We live in a strange land," Stephen and Ondrea Levine, Who Dies: An Investigation of Conscious Living and Conscious Dying (Anchor Books, 1982).

109: "The real dilemma of existence," Ernest Becker, The Denial of Death (Free Press, 1997).

112: "Death is not the enemy," Stephen and Ondrea Levine, Who Dies.

116: "Probably in every concentration camp," Viktor E. Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning: An Introduction to Logotherapy (Beacon Press, 1962).

118: "Deep self-renewal," Roger L. Gould, Transformations: Growth and Change in Adult Life (Simon & Schuster, 1979).

118: Alex Comfort, Say Yes to Old Age (Crown, 1990).

120: Alice Seybold, The Lovely Bones: A Novel (Little Brown, 2002).

123: "The thing a person's gotta have," John Gardner, The Art of Living (Knopf, 1981).

125: "This is the true joy in life," George Bernard Shaw, Epistle dedication to Man and Superman (1903).

129: "Every human being," C. G. Jung, Modern Man in Search of a Soul (1933).

132: "Old men ought ought to be explorers," T. S. Eliot, "East Coker" (1940).

136: "That which youth found," C. G. Jung, Modern Man in Search of a Soul (1933).

139: "Grow old along with me," Robert Browning, "Rabbi Ben Ezra" (1864).




Claiming Your Place at the Fire(c) Living the Second Half of Your Life on Purpose
Claiming Your Place at the Fire: Living the Second Half of Your Life on Purpose
ISBN: 1576752976
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2006
Pages: 75

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