“When you are 20, every malady is treated aggressively as you are still almost a child. After 40, these same problems are seen as just the first steps of your eventual slide to death.”
“The next time you drive by a home for the aged, I want you to think about this; these buildings are a warehouse of knowledge. The people who live in these places were once young and energetic. They took this energy and changed the world with their hands instead of their mouths as is so popular today.”
Now here is this week’s Rural Reflections Radio program, Old folks you’ve never met.