Better Thinking, Regardless of Our Age

Thinking. It's something we all do. But how well do we do it?

Many older people sometimes speculate on how good it would be to be young again. No human being, though, stays young or winds back the clock to his youth. Whatever the number of years our birth certificates ascribe to us, the significant thing is how we think. Actually, what we are—whether we are flexible, wise, exuberant, stable, foresighted, vigorous, buoyant, spontaneous—is largely determined by the thoughts we admit and reject, much more so than by the supposed age of a mortal body.

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