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  1. First, you don’t need to “accept” aging; it will happen anyway. At a pretty advanced age, 81, I tire more easily, forget names, wear bifocals and hearing aids, and have generally become less functional than I was 30 or 40 years ago. (I even make more typing mistakes.) If you focus on what’s gone, you’ll be miserable. If you appreciate the fact that you’re still alive — many of my peers aren’t — and do what pleases you, the later years can bring pleasure.

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