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Aging, General

 5 records found

Fading Opportunities by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   March 27, 2016)
Opportunities may fade as we age, but we need not quit dreaming…
Topics: Change Opportunity Optimal Aging

Exploitation by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   June 27, 2010)
Once upon a time I received an invitation to subscribe to a journal featuring selling to seniors…
Topics: Choices and Decision Making Opportunity

Missed Senior Moments by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   March 25, 2007)
There are some senior moments that seniors will never experience. This is regrettable but alas, there is nothing we can do about it…
Topics: Inspiration Opportunity

It's Never Too Late by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   February 11, 2007)
Another senior moment arrives when a phone call or a thoughtful deed is too late. Let's look at some of these potential moments.…
Topics: Opportunity Optimal Aging

Acting Your Age by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   April 19, 2006)
Let's face it. Seniors are often indomitable.…You name it, if one of us can do it, it's worth a try.…
Topics: Change Opportunity Optimal Aging

Arts & Entertainment

 3 records found

Shark Tank by Greg Asimakoupoulos

(Rhymes & Reasons   April 26, 2015)
Where dreams refresh to drown…
Topics: Opportunity Popular Culture

Book Covers by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   December 12, 2010)
Some thoughts on books and writing…
Topics: Books Opportunity Writing

America's Got Talent? So Do You!g9/19/2010 by Greg Asimakoupoulos

(Rhymes & Reasons   September 26, 2010)
So what do you do well?…
Topics: Opportunity Popular Culture


 1 record found

Amer-I-Can by Greg Asimakoupoulos

(Rhymes & Reasons   July 9, 2016)
How do you pronounce 'American'?
Topics: Faith Freedom Inspiration Opportunity Patriotism


 1 record found

Express Yourself Submitted by Stu Johnson

(My World   May 30, 2020)
Ageless Authors and its newest writing contest 'Coping with Crisis'…
Topics: Communication Coping COVID-19 Crisis Opportunity Writing


 6 records found

Higher Education Illation by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   April 19, 2015)
Know that word illation? I didn't…
Topics: Change Language, Meaning Opportunity

May Day by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   May 4, 2014)
The month of graduations and anticipation…
Topics: Hopes & Dreams Opportunity Work

Diploma vs. Passport by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   April 13, 2014)
I often admonished my students to consider their diploma as if it were a passport…
Topics: Hopes & Dreams Opportunity

Reach for the Stars by Greg Asimakoupoulos

(Rhymes & Reasons   June 10, 2012)
A baccalaureate hymn…
Topics: Advice, Guidance & Mentoring Education Hopes & Dreams Opportunity

A Step of Faith by Greg Asimakoupoulos

(Rhymes & Reasons   June 13, 2010)
A college graduate's aspiration…
Topics: Education Hopes & Dreams Inspiration Opportunity Prayer

Forgetting the Past? by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   April 19, 2009)
But even now, after many waters have flowed beneath the bridge, it may not be as easy to "let bygones be bygones"…
Topics: Knowledge Learning Opportunity

Faith, Religion & Spirituality

 2 records found

Don't Miss Your Life-Defining Moments by Bill Nichols

(Faith   March 12, 2016)
He took the shot just in time…
Topics: Faith Opportunity

The Promised Feast by Greg Asimakoupoulos

(Rhymes & Reasons   November 28, 2010)
A contemporary look at an ancient prophesy…
Topics: Faith God Opportunity Planning


 3 records found

Let's Seize the Day by Greg Asimakoupoulos

(Rhymes & Reasons   February 25, 2017)
A reaction to death's too frequent surprise visits…
Topics: Dying and Death Opportunity Optimal Aging Relationships

Once Upon a Time by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   March 17, 2013)
Once upon a time, when Pearl Harbor was attacked, I was a seasoned kid with fourteen years under my belt.…
Topics: Opportunity

A Hymn for the City by Greg Asimakoupoulos

(Rhymes & Reasons   December 2, 2012)
A call to reach the urban jungle…
Topics: Evangelism Faith Opportunity

Health & Wellness

 1 record found

Amazing Breakthroughs by Bill Nichols

(Faith   January 6, 2016)
Medical breakthroughs in 2015 give us reason to think about becoming 'instruments of breakthrough' in 2016…
Topics: Achievements Faith Health Care Hopes & Dreams Inspiration News Opportunity


 1 record found

The Best Man by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   January 6, 2008)
Thoughts on making the most of life—whatever your age—as we start a new year…
Topics: Holidays New Year's Opportunity Optimal Aging


 2 records found

Spare Time by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   July 13, 2014)
What do students do with all the spare time when vacation sets in? Or senior?…
Topics: Education Opportunity

Bucking Trends by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   June 15, 2014)
We are never too young or old to buck the trends…
Topics: Personal Stories (Biography/Autobiography) Opportunity

Life Events

 1 record found

Status Quo by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   January 19, 2020)
Don't get stuck in a rut…
Topics: Choices and Decision Making Hopes & Dreams Opportunity

News & Current Events

 3 records found

Refugees by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   March 5, 2017)
Perspectives on a national of immigrants…
Topics: Current Events, News Freedom Hopes & Dreams Opportunity Social Issues Social Unrest, Division

A Life of Possibilities Has Been Realized by Greg Asimakoupoulos

(Rhymes & Reasons   April 5, 2015)
Remembering the remarkable ministry of Dr. Robert Schuller…
Topics: Personal Stories (Biography/Autobiography) Christian Life Opportunity Tribute, Testimony

On Average by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   March 30, 2008)
I’m wondering just how many people enjoy being classified as average: as an average man, child, athlete, businessman, CEO, preacher, surgeon, politician…
Topics: Choices and Decision Making Opportunity Planning Statistics


 4 records found

Grocery Shopping with Children by Ken Potts

(Connections   January 5, 2020)
Learning opportunities abound…
Topics: Choices and Decision Making Family Financial Food & Nuitrition Opportunity Parenting, Parents Relationships Teaching

Let Kids Learn to Do Things Their Own Way by Ken Potts

(Learn   September 29, 2019)
Lessons from a winter mini-vacation…
Topics: Learning Opportunity Parenting, Parents Relationships

Strangers Among Us by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   May 12, 2013)
To celebrate our 54th wedding anniversary, we traveled 50 miles to spend a night at a century and a half year-old hotel.…
Topics: Communication Friends & Neighbnors Opportunity

Adoption Has a Face by Greg Asimakoupoulos

(Rhymes & Reasons   September 30, 2007)
Celebrating the amazing story of an unwanted baby…
Topics: Personal Stories (Biography/Autobiography) Family Opportunity


 1 record found

Rethinking Retirment by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   January 5, 2020)
It's a constantly changing concept…
Topics: Change Choices and Decision Making Financial Opportunity Optimal Aging Planning Recreation Retirement Risk Work

Sports & Recreation

 1 record found

A Season for Starting Over (Again) by Greg Asimakoupoulos

(Rhymes & Reasons   April 8, 2017)
Why I love the start of baseball season…
Topics: Baseball Hopes & Dreams Memories Opportunity Sports


 1 record found

Ode to Joy by Stu Johnson

(Connections   April 9, 2020)
The human spirit responds to the COVID-19 pandemic…
Topics: Arts & Entertainment Communication Computers (and other Digital devices) Coping COVID-19 Crisis Current Events, News History Innovation, Invention, Creativity Inspiration Internet Music News Opportunity Religion Technology

Work, Employment

 2 records found

Am I a 'Feminist'? Yes and no! by James N. Watkins

(My World   March 10, 2016)
Happy International Women's Day!…
Topics: Opportunity Relationships Social Issues Trends Work

The Art of Writing by Dan Seagren

(Senior Moments   February 14, 2016)
Dan Seagren, the lead author of Senior Moments talks about his experience writing books…
Topics: Opportunity Personal Issues Work