It is both a stage of lifeas well as a stage of development. It is a stage of life that arises in our early to mid- fifties as we begin to realise how much human longevity has moved the horizon on our lives. It is also a stage of development though as that realisation turns into a new search for meaning or purpose. What am I going to do and be in this new stage of my life we wonder?
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