A 94 Year-Old's Path to Living Longer and Better: It's all about being physically fit, moral and intellectually active from Francis T. Sganga

A 94 Year-Old's Path to Living Longer and Better: It's all about being physically fit, moral and intellectually active from Francis T. Sganga
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A 94 Year-Old's Path to Living Longer and Better: It's all about being physically fit, moral and intellectually active from Francis T. Sganga

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With luck, one way or another, I will be 96 on April 29, 2017. Right now, my primary goal, as it is for all living things, is physical survival. Much of my thinking and what I do has that goal in mind. Coupled with that goal is my strong desire to have my body last as long as possible because once it’s gone, the exciting game of life, I thoroughly enjoy playing, is over. One of the main thrusts of this book deals not only with how I have made it to my current age, but also how I acquired the great Sense of Wellbeing I have achieved following a regimen that has apparently worked. I am fit enough to play competitive racquetball three times a week, have no significant ailments, I take no pills, not even vitamins, and, much to my surprise and delight, I can still do it about once a week.
These are dangerous times. One of the major pitfalls that threatens my longevity plan, and yours if you have one, are our government’s recklessly stupid, ill-conceived provocations re Russia. If the warmongers in Washington, the Pentagon and corporations have their way, unchallenged, and continue antagonizing and threatening Russia, and perhaps even committing the egregious error of making a first nuclear strike, then most of you will not make it to my age. For more, Google Paul Craig Roberts, who was the U.S. Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy under President Reagan in 1981, and read some of his cogent articles.
The book is divided into four main parts:
1. The Physical Realm: The miracle of being alive; the miracles re our bodies; the emergence of pleasure as a uniquely human gift. (Chapter 5: The Supreme Pleasure.).
2. The Intellectual Realm Our awesome, mysterious minds; our in-born creative instincts.
3. The Spiritual Realm The hidden face of God; God, where are you?
4. The Realm of the Soul. What is the Soul?; the Soul defined by intellectuals.
The final chapter deals with the outside forces (including corporatism) that threaten our way of life, and even our existence, despite our efforts to try to live longer and better.
Basically, the book is a celebration of the gift of life. One of its main themes is to consider things most people take for granted, and to show that they are truly miracles in disguise.