A manual to life

Posted in: human behavior, life, psychology- Jan 16, 2012 No Comments

I’ve often thought it would be helpful if, when we’re born, we were bequeathed a manual on how best to live—psychologically and physically.

I mean, it’s not like I was the first baby to struggle through childhood, stomp through my teenage years, skip through my twenties, and, well, you get the idea.

So here I am at 43 and looking back, it just seems like certain knowledge could have changed the trajectory of my life infusing it with things I missed the boat on or wish I had known — at the very least, improving my dental health ;-)

Reading the article below made me think of this oft-thought of and desired guide.

These elders have some good advice. Listen to the old folks. They’re as close to a “how-to” as we’re gonna get.

Elderly ‘Experts’ Share Life Advice in Cornell Project – NYTimes.com.

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