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Now and Then

Learning to embrace the oddities of aging

By Donald M. Murray
Globe Correspondent / August 3, 2004

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I had a human frailty tonight. I won't tell you which one. There are plenty for your imagination to pick over, but when it was done I thought what a shameful experience it would have been for me 10 years ago when I thought everyone was looking at me -- and keeping score. (Full Article: 443 Words)

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