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Liv Fun

by Leisure Care
Spring 2014
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Older, Wiser, Happier
by John de Graaf

I have spent the last four years immersing myself in the subject of happiness. What makes us happy? Who is happy? What matters more, attitudes or life conditions? Can national policies make us happier?
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Finding Meaning at the Boundaries of Life
by Sandy Sabersky

We like to think that we are free. Free from boundaries and limitations. Yet, though we talk about freedom, ultimately we are bound — by our bodies, health, minds, and age, and by what forms the border of our life — death.
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Walking in Santa Fe
by Elana Zaiman

I walk every day. I swim a couple times a week. I shoot hoops with my 13-year-old son. I bound up and down the stairs. At least, I used to. The pain began innocently enough, with a swollen finger, then a pinch in my left hip that feels, every now and then when I put my left foot forward, as if my skin is seeping under my pelvic bone and getting stuck on the bottom of it on the way out.

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