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Liv Fun

by Leisure Care
Spring 2012
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Generations: Silently Working for a Fair World 
by Max Wells

I was an impressionable nine-year-old when I attended the New York World’s Fair in 1964. It was like seeing a glimpse of the future; cars hovered, kitchens gleamed, garbage didn’t smell, and deserts were transformed into gardens. Standing atop the steps to the USA pavilion, I felt confident that if I fell, the stairs were so well designed that I couldn’t possibly hurt myself. They’d thought of everything.

Your age, of course. 
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My Portrait of a Sennin-So Shiatsu Master
by Elana Zaiman

Mike Kazunori Shimizu has been practicing shiatsu in Seattle for close to 40 years. He is his own boss and his only employee — his answering machine serves as his secretary. 
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Travel by Leisure Care
by Chris Peterson

Resort-style living — why would you ever want to leave home? Well, even in paradise, a person sometimes needs a change of scenery. 
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