DIRECTOR'S DESK: Twilight Years: The Best Is Yet To Be - MUKESH NAYAK

“Everyone wants to live long but no one wants to grow old.”

Old age is looked upon as an inescapable, unwelcome, grief-ridden phase of life that we all are duty-bound to live, marking time until our ultimate exit from life itself. The fear of old age intensifies as each day passes. Earlier, when life was simpler and values counted for more, those who reached a mature old age held an enviable place in the society. They could really relax and enjoy their twilight years, secure in the knowledge that they still commanded attention, respect and affection and that they were important. 

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