Points to Pon­der

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AG­ING IS a con­tin­u­ous process ... The best ad­vice I can give is: Take care of your body as though you were go­ing to need it for 100 years, be­cause you might. ROBERT WALDINGER, psy­chi­a­trist, in the Har­vard Gazette

WE MUST LEARN to talk to peo­ple we dis­agree with be­cause you can’t un­friend ev­ery­one in real life. CE­LESTE HEADLEE, ra­dio host, in her book We Need to Talk

The num­ber one thing that keeps me mo­ti­vated is op­er­at­ing like my back’s against the wall. When my back is against the wall, there’s only one way to go: for­ward. DWAYNE JOHN­SON, ac­tor, in En­ter­tain­ment Weekly

YOU CAN’T THINK about to­mor­row or next week or even this af­ter­noon. You just have to be the best ver­sion of your­self right now. JAMES COR­DEN, tele­vi­sion host, in Fast Com­pany

MOTH­ER­HOOD has helped me to stop over­an­a­lyz­ing things ... I at­tribute that to hav­ing some­thing big­ger than my­self. ID­INA MEN­ZEL, singer, on sfgate.com

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