Editors’ Blog: June 2011

Wednesday, June 22 2011

One of my brothers turned 65 the other day. He didn’t make a whole lot of it. He became eligible for Medicare; a friend bought him a really nice golf club; lots of family and friends called. But it hit me as a milestone. 65 is a special number. Some people still think of it as retirement age, even though most people I know don’t subscribe to the fictive notion of retirement—despite the fact that one’s powers will eventually decline to the point where work will be pointless. 65 is also one year older than 64, of “When I’m 64” fame. It gets you to thinking.

Read more »
posted by Barry Boyce, 9:17 am
Login or Register to post comments
Monday, June 13 2011

Welcome to Mindful Voices, our new blog area. It’s populated by prominent teachers, leaders, and writers in the world of mindfulness. I’ve come to know each of them over the years and I can tell you they’re fine people who are good at what they do and have interesting things to say—and they are all good listeners. So hit them with questions and comments. They’re only a click away.

Read more »
posted by Barry Boyce, 5:00 pm
Login or Register to post comments