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Living for the present

The Very Rev Dr James Simpson reflects on ageing.
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THERE are moments in our later years when many of us become more keenly aware of the frailty of our tenure of life. We resent the gradual shutting down of our bodies, and sometimes our brain. We want life to go on as it has always been. We want more years with our spouse, our children and grandchildren; particularly since, with the passing years, these relationships often get better. We want to go on enjoying crimson sunsets, great music, birdsong and flower gardens. Most of us would also love to be around to see greater peace in the world, and people no longer dying of famine.

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