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Videos from our YouTube Channel — Eldership1

AgeSong founder, Dr. Nader Shabahangi on KRON

AgeSong founder, Dr. Nader Shabahangi on KRON

Aging Philosophies

Aging Philosophies

Poetics of Aging

What if you couldn't wait to be old like a child can't wait to be an adult.

Eldership Series

Eldership Series

AgeSong International Visitors Program

AgeSong International Visitors Program

The Paradox of Aging with Dr. Elizabeth Bugental

The Paradox of Aging with Dr. Elizabeth Bugental

Case Study on Forgetfulness

Conversations with Ed

Dr. Allen Power: Different Views of Distress in Dementia

Dr. Allen Power: Different Views of Distress in Dementia

Dr. Allen Power: 7 Domains of Well-Being in Dementia Care

Dr. Allen Power: 7 Domains of Well-Being in Dementia Care

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Audio Recordings
Interview with Nader Shabahangi of AgeSong on Forgetfulness, Eldership and AgeSong

Interviews with Nader Shabahangi, AgeSong and
Mary Turner-Archer of Breath of Life, Creative Arts.
moderated by Lori La Bey of Alzheimer's Speaks Radio


August 19, 2014

On this episode of ASR Lori La Bay invited Nader Shabahangi and Mary Turner-Archer to speak on The Gift of Forgetfulness, the Guide Posts to What Matters Plus the Power of Dance. In his segment Nader speaks about removing stigma, celebrating maturity and eldership and how for AgeSong the view of forgetfulness is a foundational tenet that promotes inclusivity as an approach to forgetfulness in all of its forms. How it promotes the feeling of "I am like you - not separate from," and how that in turn promotes connectivity. The connected approach is fostered with an attitude of love in the communal setting of AgeSong. Nader also speaks about promoting Eldership as a way to giving Elders to opportunity to teach and contribute and he talks about the view of AgeSong as a communal/social living vs assisted living environment. In the second half of the program Mary Turner-Archer speaks about her work at Breath of Life, Creative Arts and transforming lives with her knowledge of Brain Science, Music and Dance.

Interview with Nader Shabahangi, PhD: CEO and Founder of AgeSong, Inc.

Interview with Nader Shabahangi, PhD:
CEO and Founder of AgeSong, Inc.
moderated by Judyth Piazza,


March 20, 2014

Nader R. Shabahangi, received his Doctorate from Stanford University, is a licensed psychotherapist, and is cofounder of AgeSong. His multicultural background has fueled his passion for becoming an advocate for marginalized groups and for creating programs with the purpose of caring more comprehensively for elders. As CEO, Nader ensures that the company's vision drives its decisions and plans for elder care services. In 1992, Nader also founded the Pacific Institute, a nonprofit organization that defines its mission as one of helping elders live meaningful lives. Nader is a frequent guest lecturer, including presenting at international conferences focusing on aging, counseling, and dementia. In 2003 he authored Faces of Aging, a book challenging stereotypical views of the aging process and of growing old. In 2008 he co-authored Deeper Into the Soul, a book aimed at de-stigmatizing and broadening our understanding of dementia. In 2009 he co-authored Conversations With Ed, a book challenging readers to look at dementia in different ways. In 2011 he published Elders Today, a photo and text book that cherishes aging and old age as a most desirable phase of our lives. Celebrating the intergenerational dialogue between young and old, Nader edited and published Encounters of the Real Kind in 2012. This book is a collection of stories and anecdotes that pay tribute to the deep and life-changing encounters between elders and those learning to become elders.

Interview with Bill Ryan: A Working Septuagenarian with a Big Heart

Interview with Bill Ryan:
A Working Septuagenarian with a Big Heart
moderated by Dr. Sally Gelardin


December 22, 2012
As a septuagenarian, I feel increasingly free to go beyond the limitations of theory, techniques and the emphasis upon maintaining professional distance to be a more open-hearted, loving human being with my clients. In a heart-centered approach to counseling, clients learn how to engage their own inner Wise Elder and their Big Heart to resolve career questions and other major life dilemmas. Counselors learn how we can continue to be an open-hearted, compassionate presence when we are confronted with the suffering and emotional struggles of our clients hour after hour, day after day for years. Clients also learn how time spent in nature can be a place of sanctuary and psychological recharging during the difficult periods of their lives.

"Elders & Occupiers: 20th & 21st Century Movements Meet"

Interview with Ilene Serlin on "Elders & Occupiers:
20th & 21st Century Movements Meet", moderated by Dr.Sally Gelardin


December 2, 2012
On November 20, 2011, a delegation from the Council of Elders (veteran leaders of the freedom and peace movements of the mid-20th century) led an interfaith service at Zuccotti Park in NYC, with hundreds of Occupy Wall Street activists taking part. In our lives today, overwork is driven by fear of disemployment, by the need to work two or three jobs to pay for food and rent, and for some by the relentless need to "prove" one's utter dedication to "getting ahead." The result: Little time or no time for family and neighbors, for grass-roots political involvement, for the Spirit. (Rabbi Arthur Waskow)

Ilene A. Serlin, Ph.D., BC-DMT is a psychologist and registered dance/movement therapist in San Francisco and Marin. She is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, past President of the Division of Humanistic Psychology, served on the APA's Presidential Task Force on Whole Person Psychology, and is Founder of the Arts Medicine Program at the Institute of Health and Healing at California Pacific Medical Center.


Interview with Cristina Flores on "Managing Chronic Disease with Health Care Oversight"

Interview with Cristina Flores on
"Managing Chronic Disease with Health Care Oversight"
moderated by Sally Gelardin


May 3, 2012
Assisted living classifications are increasing and costs are rising, a phenomenon disparagingly reflected to as "acuity creep." Learn how elder communities, such as AgeSong, can meet the growing need of older adults with "chronic disease management." Specialized programs will be discussed, such as those developed specifically for clients with diabetes, congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, cancer, HIV/AIDS, renal failure etc.

Cristina Flores, PhD, RN, is the Vice President of Operations and Program Development at AgeSong Inc., an Assistant Adjunct Professor in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of California, San Francisco, and a lecturer in the Gerontology Program at San Francisco State University. She has been a registered nurse for 22 years, a certified public health nurse for 18 years, and has 6 years experience in home health nursing.

Cristina holds a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Nursing from California State University, Dominquez Hills, a Master's of Arts Degree in Gerontology with an emphasis in Long-Term Care Administration from San Francisco State University, and a doctorate degree in Nursing Health Policy from the University of California, San Francisco. Her published work includes several journal articles, two book chapters, and a textbook on RC/AL facilities and quality of care.


Interview with Don Hanlon Johnson on "Cultivating the Elder Body of Wisdom"

Interview with Don Hanlon Johnson on
"Cultivating the Elder Body of Wisdom"
moderated by Dr. Sally Gelardin


January 26, 2012
Aging is not just an inevitable force of nature to be put up with, but a unique and ultimate invitation to exercise our creative imagination in shaping ourselves. Without maintaining a vigorous program of bodily activity, physical and emotional health are endangered. And yet, the creeping realities of muscle-bone deterioration and joint impairments make it difficult to sustain an active regimen. Only with great effort, can one tough out exercises to keep muscle mass and avoid the disastrous effects of a fall, or the pathologies from collapsed organs. Unique approaches to nurturing body vitality, flexibility, and balance are possible for elders in ways that are not available in earlier years of life. Over my nearly 80 years of dealing with my own severe physical restrictions, I have cobbled together, with the help of some marvelous teachers, specific strategies of movement, body awareness, breathing awareness, and balance exercises that are appropriate for the advanced experience and subtle intelligence of elders.

Don Hanlon Johnson is a professor of Somatics in the School of Professional Psychology at CIIS, founder of the first graduate degree program in Somatics, and co-director of the Center for Somatic Reseach. He is a practitioner of various approaches to body cultivation, and author of several books on the body, the latest of which is Everyday Hopes, Utopian Dreams: Reflections on American Ideals.


Articles of Interest

Realizing True Wealth
Americ Azevedo, | November 24, 2014

Nader Shabahangi, EHI President and Contributing Author to The Handbook of Humanistic Psychology
Existential-Humanisitic Institute EHI Blog | March 30, 2014

Does treatment of schizophrenia with antipsychotic medications eliminate or reduce psychosis? A 20-year multi-follow-up study
M. Harrow, T. H. Jobe and R. N. Faull, Cambridge University Press | March 2014

How to Focus a Wandering Mind
Wendy Hasenkamp, | July 17, 2013

A Liberal Decalogue: Bertrand Russell’s 10 Commandments of Teaching
Maria Popova, | May 2013

Heartbreaking Photo Series Captures The Final Years Of Two Brothers And Lifelong Best Friends
Priscilla Frank, The Huffington Post | March 16, 2014

How Memory Care Is Reinventing Assisted Living
Dana Larsen, | November 15, 2013

How to Determine Your Core Values
Nickolas Gall, | March 25, 2014

Psychotherapy and the Pursuit of Happiness
Ronald W Dworkin, The New Atlantis | Spring 2012

My Suffering is God: Meister Eckharts Book of Divine Consolation
Donald F Duclow, Theological Studies | Vol 44, 1983

An Interiew with Thomas Szasz: The Myth of Mental Illness
Randall C Wyatt, | 2001

The ‘Busy’ Trap
Tim Kreider, | June 30, 2012

The Science of Older and Wiser
Phyllis Korkki, | March 12, 2014

Awakening to Giftism
Nipun Mehta, Parabola Magazine | Vol. 38:2

The Older Mind May Just Be a Fuller Mind
Benedict Carey, The New Old Age blog | January 27, 2014

How Sleep Makes You Smart
Jill Suttie, | Dececember 24, 2013

Six Life Lessons From Leo Tolstoy
Roman Krznaric, | December 2, 2013

Are We Losing Our Focus?
Jill Suttie, Greater Good Science Center, UCBerkeley | December 20, 2013

A Shift to Humility: Resilience & Change
Andrew Zolli, | December 05, 2013

Food for your soul – An interview with Satish Kumar
Francesca Price, | April 5, 2013

Ordinary Sages-PDF
Bob Atchley, | 2013

Steve Karlin and Susie Bear
Anne Veh, via | January 06, 2014

The Purpose Choice: Keeping the Flame Alive
Richard J. Leider, Itineraries eMagazine | Spring 2011

Moving From Who We Have Been to Who We Can Become-PDF
Ron Pevny, | Excerpt from forthcoming book

Our Earth, Our Elders[pdf]
Nader Shabahangi, Insight | October 2013

Let Us Begin With Courage
Jeanette Armstrong, | December 15, 2013

The Thinking Habit That Changed My Life
Leo Babauta, | September 2, 2013

From The Story of Stuff To The Story of Solutions
Annie Leonard, | November 21, 2013

Annie Leonard: How to Be More than a Mindful Consumer
Annie Leonard, | August 22, 2013

Handle with Care: A Conversation with Maya Angelou
Amy M. Azzam, Educational Leadership Mag, | September 2013, V71 N1

Artship In America
Richard Whittaker, | November 23, 2013

Why Compassion in Business Makes Sense
Emma Seppala, | November 25, 2013

A Five Year Old's Reflections on Life & Death
Steve Lewis, | November 09, 2013

The meanings of life
Roy F Baumeister, | September, 16 2013

Life Lessons from 56 Up
Jeremy Adam Smith, | November 04, 2013

For Baby Boomers, Aging Is The Next Frontier [Poetics of Aging Conference November 2011]
Laura Paull, | November 25, 2011

From ego-system to eco-system economies
Otto Scharmer, | November 05, 2013

Voluntary Simplicity
Duane Elgin, | October 22, 2013

What are the Secrets to a Happy Life?
George E Vaillant, | October 23, 2013

How Therapy Can Help in the Golden Years
Abby Ellin, NYTimes Well Blog | April 22, 2013

Time is not the same in every culture and every circumstance
Cecil G Helman, EMBO Reports | Issue 6, 2005

AgeSong ASA/BFA Award Nomination
AgeSong | September 2013

We’re doing what the state should
Deborah Schoch, | September 7, 2013

The Idea of a Local Economy
Wendell Berry, Orion Magazine | Winter 2011

Rise of the Feminine Woman[DOC]
Nikolas Gall

Psychotherapy and the New Pursuit of Happiness
Ronald W Dworkin, | Spring 2012

Manic Nation: Dr. Peter Whybrow Says We’re Addicted to Stress
Mary A Fischer, | June 19, 2012

Philosophy and Psychotherapy
Geoff Heath, International Journal of Psychotherapy | March 2001

Five Reasons to Move from “Non-Pharmacological Interventions” to Person-Centered Dementia Care
Sonya Barsness, | September 12, 2013

The Renewal of Humanism: Lessons from an Existential-Humanistic Training Program
Orah Krug, DIV 32 6th Annual Conference | Spring, 2013

Caregiving, Laced With Humor
Judith Graham, NYTimes | February 1, 2013

Successful and Schizophrenic
Elyn R. Saks, NYTimes | January 25, 2013

Get Wisdom: Moving Toward the Essential
Rabbi Dayle A. Friedman, | January 15th, 2013

Naomi Shihab Nye

Ch.III Changing Balance Between Age Groups - World Population Ageing: 1950-2050
UN Dept of Economic & Social Affairs Population Division | 2002 World Assembly on Ageing

What Is Old Age For?
William H. Thomas, MD, Social Work Today | Vol #10.6(2010)

The Generosity Paradox: By Giving We Receive, But By Taking We Lose
Smith, Christian and Hilary Davidson, | January 9, 2013

The Renewal of Humanism in Psychotherapy: Summary and Conclusion
Schneider, Kirk J. & Alfried Längle, Psychotherapy | Vol. 49.4(2012)

A European Perspective on the Position Papers
Kriz, Jürgen and Alfried Längle, Psychotherapy | Vol. 49.4(2012)

Toward a Renewal of Personology in Psychotherapy Research
Robert D. Stolorow, Psychotherapy | Vol. 49.4(2012)

The Humanistic and Behavioral Traditions: Areas of Agreement and Disagreement
David N. Elkins, Psychotherapy | Vol. 49.4(2012)

Humanistic Psychology and Contextual Behavioral Perspectives
Steven C. Hayes, Psychotherapy | Vol. 49.4(2012)

Humanism as a Common Factor in Psychotherapy
Bruce E. Wampold, Psychotherapy | Vol. 49.4(2012)

The Renewal of Humanism in Psychoanalytic Therapy
Robert D. Stolorow, Psychotherapy | Vol. 49.4(2012)

Humanism and Multiculturalism: An Evolutionary Alliance
Lillian Comas-Diaz, Psychotherapy | Vol. 49.4(2012)

The Renewal of Humanism in European Psychotherapy: Developments and Applications
Längle, Alfried and Jürgen Kriz, Psychotherapy | Vol. 49.4(2012)

The Renewal of Humanism in Psychotherapy: A Roundtable Discussion
Schneider, Kirk J. & Alfried Längle, Psychotherapy | Vol. 49.4(2012)

Aging does not affect decision making
MetLife, Stone Hearth News | December 20, 2012

Discontinuation of Risperidone in Alzheimer's Disease - Letter to Editor
G. Allen Power, M.D., New England Journal of Medicine | January 10, 2013

The Greek island of old age
Andrew Bomford, BBC News | January 6, 2013

Processwork 30th Anniversary Video Documentary
Arnold Mindall, | October 16, 2012

Bill Gates vs. Mother Teresa
Nipun Mehta, | August 17, 2012

Enlightenment: Is Science Ready to Take it Seriously?
Jeff Warren, | November 2012

Letter on "Humanism"
Martin Heidegger | 1949

Niederländisches Demenzdorf Hogewey: Alles für den Augenblick
Barbara Hans, Der Spiegel | March 28, 2012

Helping, Fixing, Serving
Rachel Remen | May 29, 2000

What Brand Is Your Therapist?
Lori Gottlieb, New York Times | November 23, 2012

For Healthy Aging, a Late Act in the Footlights
Tina Rosenberg, The New York Times | August 15, 2012

A man depicts the often grim atmosphere in assisted living facilities
Martin Bayne, The Washington Post | July 9, 2012

Jose Mujica: The world's 'poorest' president
Vladimir Hernandez, BBC NEWS Magazine | November 14, 2012

The Youth and Elders Project | June 2012

Why Your Health Is Bigger Than Your Body
Claudia Rowe, | Aug 21, 2012

Can Awe Buy You More Time and Happiness?
Stacey Kennelly, | August 17, 2012

What Is God?: A Conversation with Jacob Needleman
Richard Whittaker, | December 19, 2009

Philosophy and Psychotherapy: Conflict or Co-operation?
Geoff Heath, The International Journal of Psychotherapy | March 2002

Interview with Peter Kingsley: Remembering What We Have Forgotten
Richard Whittaker, | May 21, 2011

Lessons in the Old Language
Matthew C. Bronson, Original Story | Oct 28, 2012

For Alzheimer's, Detection Advances Outpace Treatment Options
Gina Kolata, New York Times | November 15, 2012

The Quantum Matrix
Raphael Kellman, | October 25, 2004

Uniting Generations Provides Direction to Older Adults and Youth
Matt Perry, | November 4, 2012

How Do You Raise a Prodigy?
Andrew Solomon, NY Times Magazine| October 31, 2012

Finding Joy in Alzheimer's
Robert Leleux, New York Times | February 16, 2012

Biology and Awe: Psychology's Critical Juncture
Kirk J. Schneider, Psychology Today | February 17, 2012

The sweet battle of becoming you
Nadar Shabahangi, Oakland Business Review | February, 2012

The Power of Silence
Bob Edelstein, Psychology Today | January 31, 2012

For Baby Boomers, Aging Is The Next Frontier
Laura Paull, Huffington Post | November 27, 2011

Finding Purpose After Living With Delusion
Benedict Carey, New York Times | November 25, 2011

S.F. conference finds poetry, art, music in aging process
Steven Friedman, | November 23, 2011

At age 102, this therapist is still psyched: Therapist Hedda Bolgar sees patients four days a week
Jasmin Aline Persch, | November 14, 2011

Interview with Cathie Borrie, author of The Long Hello
Stephen Woodfin, Venture Galleries | November, 2011

The Long Hello, The Other Side of Alzheimer's by Cathie Borrie
Stephen Woodfin, Venture Galleries | October 31, 2011

Brain Health and Memory Care Perspectives
CALA News & Views - The Voice of Assisted Living | Fall 2011

How About Saying Hello? Person-Centered Care in Dementia
Heather Hill, The Dasein Project | September 15, 2011

My Story: Alzheimer's From the Inside Out
Richard Taylor, Ph.D. |

The Elusive Big Idea
Neal Gabler, NY Times | August 13, 2011

Waking Up to What Really Matters
Wendy Lustbader, Huffington Post | August 16, 2011

Living with the unknown
Pam Gibson, Sonoma Index-Tribune | August 8, 2011

Conference slated on dementia
Emily Charrier-Botts, Sonoma Index-Tribune | August 8, 2011

Dr. William H. Thomas, The Journal: AARP International | August 7, 2011

Why Our Society Is Ageist
Rhoda P. Curtis, Huffington Post | July 28, 2011

Positive thinking makes for happy old people
Shari Roan, Los Angeles Times | July 14, 2011

Aging Gracefully: Why Getting Old Is A Lot Like Being Young
Rhoda P. Curtis, Huffington Post | June 22, 2011

Liking is for Cowards. Go for What Hurts.
Jonathan Franzen, New York Times | May 28, 2011

Our Irrational Fear of Forgetting
Margaret Morganroth Gullette, New York Times | May 21, 2011

Want to Live to 100? Try to Bounce Back from Stress
Listen to podcast
Dr. Mark Lachs, NPR | April 11, 2011

Musings on Madness
Gianna Kali, Beyond Meds Blog | March 25, 2011

A Baker's Dozen: Proposed Therapeutic Interventions of an Existential-Humanistic Psychotherapist
Bob Edelstein, LMFT, MFT | AHP Perspective 2011 (forthcoming)

Talk Doesn't Pay, So Psychiatry Turns Instead to Drug Therapy
Gardiner Harris, New York Times | March 5, 2011

Storytelling Program Improves Lives of People With Alzheimer's
ScienceDaily | March 1, 2011

Love, Wholeness and the Nature of Change
Alison Bonds Shapiro, M.B.A. — Healing into Possibility [Psychology Today] | February 13, 2011

The Poetics of Aging and Dementia
Nader Robert Shabahangi | January, 2011

Living Well at the End of Life
Joanne Lynn, David M. Adamson | Rand Health

Giving Alzheimer's Patients Their Way, Even Chocolate
Pam Belluck, New York Times | December 31, 2010

Older Folks Seem to Gain 'Emotional Intelligence'
HealthDay News | December 29, 2010

The Joy of Growing Old (or Why Life Begins at 46)
The Economist | December 18, 2010

10 Tips for Improving the Mental Health of Older Adults
Mental Health America

Come Together: Actors Jill Eikenberry and Michael Tucker on how Alzheimer's disease has made their family bond stronger
Linda Childers, Neurology Now | November/December 2010

Nader Shabahangi, CEO, AgeSong assisted living
Suzanne Herel, San Francisco Chronicle | October 24, 2010

Army of Nurturers: Creating Elder-Friendly Cities
Lydia Lee, The Architect's Newspaper Blog | October 20, 2010

Reframing Alzheimer's: Book Helps Deepen Understanding of Memory Loss
Andrew Schwartz — UCSF Today | July 12, 2010

Remember What We Can Learn from the Forgetful
Nader Shabahangi, Ph.D — The Orinda News | July 2010

The Elderly, Through the Eyes of a Geriatrician
Paula Span — New York Times | June 23, 2010

The Power of Witnessing One Another
Alison Bonds Shapiro, MBA — Healing into Possibility [Psychology Today] | June 2010

Everyday Creativity and Healing
Alison Bonds Shapiro, MBA — Healing into Possibility [Psychology Today] | June 2010

A Different Way of Looking at Alzheimer's — Linda Childers
Walnut Creek Magazine | January/February 2010

Some Observations on the Social Consequences of Forgetfulness and Alzheimer's Disease: A Call for Attitudinal Expansion
Nader Shabahangi, Geoffrey Faustman, Julie N. Thai, Patrick Fox — Journal of Aging, Humanities, and the Arts: 3:38–52, 2009

Approaches to Aging: A Conversation with Nader Shabahangi
Aging Today | July-August 2009

Listening to Madness
Alissa Quart — Newsweek | May 2, 2009

Memories Slip, but Golf is Forever
Matthew Futterman — Wall Street Journal | April 8, 2009

Latest Honor for Judo Master Keiko Fukuda
Noe Valley Voice | November 2008

John Levy of Mill Valley honored as an Elder by Pacific Institute
Marin Independent Journal | November 3, 2008

“Dr. Doris Bersing on Sex Over 60”
KALW Radio | May 2008

Feminism and Ageism at Pacific Institute- Bettina Aptheker at PI
Bay Area Reporter | May 2008

"An Older Woman Always has a Story"
The Role of the Mature Woman in an Evolving Patriarchal Society

Vanessa Valentino, PsyD — 2008

Conscious Aging
Nancy Coker — 2007

One clinician's search for the person behind the ‘DEMENTIA’
Doris Bersing — Aging Today | September-October 2006

Seeking the Tzelem: Making Sense of Dementia
Dayle A. Friedman — The Reconstructionist | Spring 2006

The Surprising Power of the Aging Brain
Jeffrey Kluger — Time Magazine | January 2006

Conscious Aging
Mariamne Paulus — 2005

Redefining Dementia: Between the World of forgetting and remembering
Nader Robert Shabahangi — December 2005

You've Got to Find What You Love
Steve Jobs — Stanford University Commencement Address | June 20005

Faces of Aging Review - Have You Ever Noticed?
Allen Lorrance — Emerging Newspaper | June 2005

It's Never Too Late: Creativity in Later Life
Janice Blanchard, CSA Journal | March 2005

For Steinem, these are the glory years
Janet Kornblum — USA Today | February 2005

Steinem on the benefits of growing old vigorously
Sue Hutchison — The Mercury News

California agency creates mental health program for the aging
Laurie L. Hayes — Counseling Today

Listening to the Language of Dementia: A Research and Care Program
Pacific Institute 2005

Gloria Steinem's Longer View
Leslie Lewis — Bay Area BusinessWoman News | November 2004

Process Work and Aging
Bogna Szymkiewicz-Kowalska — 2004

Aging with Awareness
Ron Valle, Ph.D. and Mary Mohs, L.V.N., M.A. — 2004

Conscious Aging
Robert C. Atchley

Musings on Being an Existential Psychotherapist
Nader Robert Shabahangi

Old Age as Opportunity for Inner Growth
Abraham Joshua Heschel — 1961

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