God calls us to serve the world with our bodies—even when those bodies are failing.
Life's later decades present distinctive virtues—and vices.
How can we live well after 40? asks Barbara Bradley Hagerty. She could have consulted the wisdom traditions.
One day, as I considered my routine of pills and naps and exercises, I saw that it is not unlike praying the hours.
I have given my father many presents. The small bottle of fragrant bath essence I gave him last Christmas may be the most important one.
Without the rudder of memory, my father seemed adrift in a tiny boat on a wild, infinite sea, yet unconcerned with finding a way back to shore.