In his 90's now and still active, he shared that he has terminal cancer. His end date is in sight. What's his reaction. His attitude? Is he feeling sorry for himself?
Baby-boomers, especially those in the first wave born between face questions about their mortality and about all the health conitions that bring them closer to death. Friends of mine in their 50's and 60's are having heart attacks and strokes, are being diagnosed with cancer and are having stents put in coronary arteries.
How would you react to that kind of situation?
Here's how Harwell reacted:
"I really feel good. I've got a great attitude. I just look forward to a new adventure," Harwell told the paper. "God gives us so many adventures, and I've had some great ones. It's been a terrific life. Of course, the best thing that ever...