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September University: Summoning Passion for an Unfinished Life

6 Ratings: 2.2
A book by Charles D. Hayes

September Universityis a nourishing feast of a book, replete with reasons to discover new meaning and purpose in the last chapters of your life, to welcome those years as life's most precious gift -- an opportunity to cultivate wisdom and then put … see full wiki

Author: Charles D. Hayes
Genre: Nonfiction, Education, Philosophy
Publisher: Autodidactic Press
Date Published: 2010
3 reviews about September University: Summoning Passion...
review by . May 06, 2010
   This book is intended for those in the second half of their lives who are not ready to die just yet. September University is not an actual school, but more of a frame of mind or philosophy. It radically changes the idea of retirement from doing very little while waiting for the Grim reaper, to helping to create a better world for future generations. Within the next 20 years, the baby boomer generation will reach retirement age. They have plenty of demographic power to change American …
review by . February 02, 2010
September University  Summoning Passion for an Unfinished Life  by Charles D. Hayes    Published by: Autodidactic Press 2010    This work is a philosopher's dream come true. There are   references from Aristotle, Immanuel Kant, Plato ,   Arthur Schopenhauer and Henry David Thoreau.  I think that the contents are a fair recitation of numerous   points of view on living life itself. A point of the presentation …
Quick Tip by . May 06, 2010
September University (by Charles D. Hayes) is for those in the 2nd half of their lives and are not ready to die just yet.
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