In her funny and wistful new book, Reeve Lindbergh contemplates entering "the youth of old age," as her mother, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, described turning sixty. It is a time of life, she writes, that produces some unexpected surprises. Age brings loss but also love; disaster, but also delight. But above all, says Lindbergh, it can bring the gift of great awareness. "Time flies," she observes, "but if I am willing to fly with it, then I can be air-borne, too."
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