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The “entirely different consciousness” to which Mr. Brown alludes in his diary, is the reality upon which I have staked my life.

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For me, the beauty of aging lies in the very reality Mr. Brown seems most to fear.

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Among his many worries, as he faces the inevitability of growing older Mr. Brown frets a lot about money.

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As my body ages, it becomes increasingly difficult to avoid facing the issue of identity.  Where do I locate my sense of identity?

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In his diary Sixty, Ian Brown reflects on turning what he calls, “the hideous fucking age of sixty.”

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Ian Brown and I are the same age. Read the rest of this entry »


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