Homo homini rodentius est

Life well lived

Arthur Winston, the 100 year old transit worker who retired last month after an almost perfect record of never missing a day’s work in 70 YEARS, [passed away] this week. I can’t think of a better way to live and to die. Reference a [recent post] about how Boomers are scared to death of aging, here’s an example of how one does it. Granted, genetics got him to 100, but the lesson of his life applies to anyone: work at something you enjoy and place others at the center of your purpose (he supported family members throughout his life). He lived because he had something to get up in the morning to do. When his work was done, so was he. Just as it should be.

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