Retirement is a one-way trip to insignificance.
In retirement, I look for days off from my days off.
In retirement, only money and symptoms are consequential.
At retirement, switching from “I must” to “I want” leaves me puzzled and uneasy.
Our most important decisions are made while we are thinking about something else.
“Revenge,” I shrieked, groping to remember the affront.
Revenge is sweet but not nourishing.
Faith moves mountains, but you have to keep pushing while you are praying.
Entrepreneurship is the last refuge of the trouble making individual.
Retirement requires the invention of a new hedonism, not a return to the hedonism of youth.