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  • By A customer on July 13, 2001

    This book is a 'must' read for everyone over age 30. Although it's not his target audience, Tom Paugh gives the younger generation an important perspective regarding the obstacles and challenges facing their parents generation that is simply not available in any other medium. In addition, there are many lessons of life to be learned that can make living the 30's, 40's and 50's much more meaningful and complete. Read this book slowly...a chapter a day. Discuss its contents with your spouse, a neighbor, and/or a friend. This book will touch your heart and will challenge you to consider ways to prepare for the days and years ahead. Don't wait for 60...read it now!

  • By Pat on April 14, 2010

    Very timely... As far as I know, the person I bought it for liked it.

  • By Rebecca R. on March 27, 2013

    I should have known with Celebrating the Autumn of your Life on the cover that this was a downer book. Really couldn't finish it and threw it in the trash.

  • By Pat Carroll on March 19, 2015

    I had a hard time getting thru this the first time - still in denial of aging, I guess. The second time through was much better and I'm very glad I re-read it. Definitely worth taking time to absorb each chapter.

  • By Dr. Jerry C. Grubbs on November 23, 2000

    I have just completed reading of LOVING LIFE AFTER SIXTY: CELEBRATING THE AUTUMN OFYOUR LIFE. My wife gave it to me on the occasion of my 60th birthday. I thought, Oh no, not another book...and set it aside for a couple of months. Bad mistake. When I did pick it up, I found it difficult to put down. I was particularly drawn to the way Tom Paugh reminded the reader that there is really little new under the sun. By mixing the wisdom of the ages, from a rich variety of sources, with his own reflections and wisdom about life, he connects the reader with both the past and the present. Although the topics he has chosen to write about are obvious to anyone over 60, he writes about each of these in a delightful, conversational and narrative manner. His "letters never sent" are worth the price of the book. I keep asking myself, "How did Tom know all that about me?" A host of my post-60 friends can expect a copy of this stirring little book from me for Christmas 2000.


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