November 5, 2011
An Interview with Dr. Nader Shabahangi
The president and CEO of AgeSong Institute opens up about elder care and our fear of aging
If you didn’t have the word “aging” to describe what happens to people as they move onwards in time, you could say people keep maturing, keep learning, keep growing, keep changing. Those would be the words I’d rather use than aging. The moment I say “aging,” there is a whole connotation that is mostly linked to decline – in the body, in power, in speed, in the number of miles I jog. I am pro-aging. I want to age because the more I age or mature, the better of a human being I become.
Read the full article at SevenPonds Blog