All I Need to Know I'm Still Learning at 80: Things I'm Still Working On by Ronald HigdonAll I Need to Know I'm Still Learning at 80: Things I'm Still Working On by Ronald Higdon

All I Need to Know I'm Still Learning at 80: Things I'm Still Working On

byRonald Higdon

Paperback | April 17, 2017

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Those who have lived eight decades in this world often feel the need to write about their life experiences or life philosophies. If that person has lived a varied, experiential life and shows good spiritual fruit in that life, it might be wise of those who are coming after them to read and listen to them and thus, learn! Ron Higdon has lived such a life and has now written such a book.

So fix yourself a “hot cuppa,” pull up a chair, clean your reading glasses, and settle in for a chapter or two (or more!) and mark some nuggets of Higdon Gold to consider and meditate on.

 

Title:All I Need to Know I'm Still Learning at 80: Things I'm Still Working OnFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.34 inPublished:April 17, 2017Publisher:Energion PublicationsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1631993844

ISBN - 13:9781631993848

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Table of Contents

Dedication; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1 - There Are No Trains To Yesterday; 2 - Change: One Thing I Can Count On; 3 - The Focus Is on Input, Not Outcome; 4 - It’s All About Endings and Beginnings; 5 - Questions are More Important Than Answers; 6 - Mystery, Paradox, Ambiguity are Here to Stay; 7 - Being Human is a Basic Given; 8 - Listening to My Life is a Daily Requirement; 9 - Truth is a Journey of Discovery; 10 - Perseverance May Be the Most Important Ingredient in Life; 11 - I am Called to be the Best Version of Myself; 12 - Conversation/Dialogue is Essential in All of Life; 13 - The First Word is Grace; The Last Word is Grace; 14 - There’s Got To Be More; Epilogue; Bibliography of Quoted Sources