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Viagra, hair dye and face lifts, it might be difficult to appreciate this story if it is only read on the surface: looks fade over time. But beneath this surface message swims one more ominous: "life, it passes like a fleeing train." While in a day of better health care and physical fitness regimens, it might be hard to see a forty-five and fifty year old as "old men," we need only push the limit a few more years to understand the difference between going to the beach to seek out young women and going merely to passively recall the connection to youth and understand that life passes by us with each moment, although we rarely perceive it stealing away like a ghost.
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A brief but excellent exploration of how we measure our own aging by seeing others around us become old. Vivid and memorable without overstaying its welcome. Definitely worth a buck and twenty minutes of my time.
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