Remember Woody Allen's speech from "Manhattan" about what makes life worth living... he had a good list, here's some of mine... I can start with movies, old and new, music... jazz, country, classical, rock from the 70's (mostly), playing golf, especially an early evening nine as the sun goes down, watching my teenage son play golf (who is now off to play in college), eating pizza watching baseball, taking a bike ride after work, playing guitar and piano, seeing the right woman eye to eye literally, figuratively, and otherwise, turning off your navigation system and getting lost... and then finding your way home, weekends in the Berkshires, longer weekends in Aspen and Scottsdale, golf at altitude and skiing respectively, a friendly neighborhood bar, having time to read the new issue of the New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, the Times Book Review and magazine section on Sunday morning, Sunday mornings, watching Sunday Morning with an amiable voice from the adjoining pillow, doing the right thing, knowing the right thing, being kind, minimizing materialism but for an occasional guilty pleasure, seeing old friends, appreciating similarities, understanding differences... (BTW, sorry but I don't respond if your profile doesn't have photo, and btw I'm actually 63 but I can't figure out how to correct it)
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