“I loved reading it. I loved the variety of ages and the complexity of answers in such brief statements. I was enamored by the depth of students’ comments at such early ages (some six and seven-year-olds, along with several 13 and 14-year-olds really blew me away with their maturity!). I could see this as someone’s personal favorite.”
Elmer Thomas, Superintendent Madison county Schools.
“This book can be a powerful witness to our perceptions and misperceptions of the aging process. The variety of opinions give a lot to chew on and think through. The testimony from children and adults gives the matter depth. The book is a 30-minute read, but could be a several months’ journey.”
Rabbi Marc Aaron Kline, J.D. Monmouth Reform Temple.
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More Testimonials For The Book Wisdom Of Age By Jeff Rubin.
“This compendium of wisdom is local and immediate. Rubin’s work reveals that peace-of-heart and meaning are something everyone around us searches for, and the paths they have found are ones we can walk too. All we need to do is listen.”
Chris Green, Director
Loyal Jones Appalachian Center Berea College.
“Rubin has captured in this work a glimpse at the threads of wisdom that weave the fabric of our lives – snippets, emotions, and insights from across the spectrum of ages that make up our collective human experience. Many will benefit from reading it; most who do will likely share it with others.”
Keith R. Knapp, PhD, CNHA, CNA
Dept. of Health Services/Senior Living Leadership Bellarmine University.
“This is a fine book that speaks to what we both are trying to accomplish, i.e. to get people to believe in themselves, ignite their passion, and discover their purpose. Wisdom of Age shows that we are both teachers and learners throughout our lives. The children in this book teach us that you don’t have to live many years to be wise. The elders and youngsters show each other how common values and habits are important for all of us, lifelong.”
Jan Hively, PhD Encore Entrepreneur.