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We are Creating a New Way of Looking at People Our Age

Open Dialogue

The look of AGEIST and the choice of people we feature is something we wrestle with every week. In trying to create a new way of looking at people our age, and as in any new endeavor, there are times when we get it right, and times when we miss.

We are truly honored that so many of you spend time each week to read our work. Your support means a lot. We also really appreciate your feedback, good, bad and indifferent. Your letters are an invaluable source of inspiration and information for us. If you decide to write us, we will do our best to reply in as thoughtful a manner as we can muster. The dialogue we have with you is one of the great pleasures of AGEIST. Please stay in touch, please tell others about us. We need you all.

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