Jacob Laguerre

On Old Age

On Old Age

Seneca is reminded of his advancing years when he visits his old country-place. He sees a tree that he planted with his own hands begin to wither and die, even while under constant care. Life is better enjoyed when we are nearing the end, but it would be wise for all of us to treat each day as if it were our last. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/winradiohour/support

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