Letters to Paige #4 (10 Simple Lifehacks)

Today, the wisdom of times gone by is largely ignored and in many cases not even in the day to day reality of most people. There are cycles in life that appear to be more or less about 80 years. We echo many of these times again and again throughout history. 

It’s easy to see why these nuggets of wisdom are lost. 80 years is beyond the life of many people, and while many do live that long, often they begin to fade mentally, forgetting the lessons learned, and not being able to share them with the young people, who while perhaps not choosing to care in the moment, will hopefully recall them later in life when maturity and with it wisdom begin to take hold.

 

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Letters to Paige #3 (8 Helpful Life Tips)

This post is dedicated to my grandchildren, the oldest of whom is Paige.

As parents and grandparents, we always want the best for the children who will one day assume the reins in this world of ours. It’s our duty to share the things that help make life better. Here are a few:
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Letters to Paige #2 (6 More Life Lessons)

This post is dedicated to my grandchildren, the oldest of whom is Paige.

Want to stand out? Achieve more in life? It’s not really that much harder than only getting by. Sure, it takes more work, and sometimes you just need to stop and rest, but in time the extra mile adds up eventually accumulating big benefits in your life.

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Letters to Paige (9 Lessons for a better life)

This post is dedicated to my grandchildren, the oldest of whom is Paige. Hence, the title. We live far away from each other, but so many times every day, my mind slips to them & I wonder how they are & what they are doing. This letter & series of letters is to offer the wisdom of my short time on earth.

In times past, the elders of the tribe or clan were held in great esteem. Oftentimes, just to have survived to an old age was nothing short of miraculous. There were many pestilential diseases such as polio & smallpox. A simple infection that today would merit nothing more but a short course of antibiotics could oftentimes be fatal. Wild animals, accidents, starvation, all these could end life at an early age…
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