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Live Long and Prosper: Aging in East Asia and Pacifi c discusses the societal and public policy challenges and reform options for EAP countries as they address aging. The book aims to strike a balance between optimism and pessimism over aging. On the one hand, the impacts of aging on growth, labor markets, and public spending need. About my book About this blog Live Long and Prosper is one of a series of minute guides co-created with Kevin Keohane – a series specifically conceived as the antidote to business books, guided by the simple principle that insight gained per minute spent reading should be as high as possible.
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The Vulcan salutation is a hand gesture consisting of a raised hand with the palm forward and the thumb extended, while the fingers are parted between the middle and ring finger. Typically, the phrase "Live long and prosper" is uttered when making the ation: United Federation of Planets. 'Live long and prosper' is translated, if that is the correct word, from the Vulcan language phrase ' dif-tor heh smusma ', which was so uttered in Star Trek: The Motion Picture. The phrase echoes the Hebrew 'Shalom aleichem' and the Arabic 'Salaam alaykum', which roughly translate as 'peace be upon you'.
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It's the only one-size-fits-all advice, Shatner argues in Live Long andWhat I Learned Along the Way, because everyone has a unique life―but, to help us all out, he's more than willing to share stories from his unique life.
With a combination of pithy humor and thoughtful vulnerability, Shatner lays out his journey from childhood to peak /5(92). Leonard Nimoy first saw what became the famous Vulcan salute, “live long and prosper,” as a child, long before “Star Trek” even existed.
The placement of the hands comes from a childhood. In Live Long and Prosper!, Steve Vernon unveils a new way of thinking that will truly help you live a more happy, healthy, and prosperous life.
Based on the latest research and planning strategies typically reserved for large corporations, it will help you answer these important questions/5. Live Long and What I Learned Along the Way is a book that is less autobiographical and more about the lesson of life from the great man himself.
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Live Long and Prosper. will help you move beyond the traditional view of retirement and begin planning for the rest of your life. About the Author STEVE VERNON is a Vice President of Watson Wyatt Worldwide, one of the largest human resources consulting Cited by: 1.
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Sincethe project has recorded more. Live Long and Prosper September 4, “I have always felt,” William Shatner says early in his newest memoir, that “like the great comedian George Burns, who lived toI couldn’t die as long as I was booked.” And Shatner is always booked.
Still. Live Long and Prosper discusses the societal and public policy challenges and reform options for EAP countries as they address aging. It aims to strike a balance between aging optimists and pessimists. On the one hand, the impacts of aging on growth, labor markets and public spending are not the unavoidable catastrophe often feared.
Yes this book can be read fast but I challenge readers to get through it without pausing to think or jot things down. A few extra minutes – in my view, it’s time well spent.
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The right-hand graph shows average life spans of Americans who had made it through childhood and reached the age of A year-old in would, on average, live to 60; a year-old today could plan to live into the late 70s – and some demographers think this is a major underestimate, that they will live much longer.
Live Long and Prosper. 3 John 2. Roger W. Thomas, Preaching Minister. First Christian Church, Vandalia, MO “Live Long and Prosper!” All the Trekkies here today know those words.
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I can’t stress enough that this is all about your own interpretation and hopefully this new open feel to the meme will bring a larger selection of books and covers. Live Long and Prosper is a now-famous hand gesture performed when two Vulcan characters either greet one another or take their leave.
The phrase "Live long and prosper" is accompanied by this formal hand gesture. The (lesser known) response is "Peace and long life.". Live Long & Prosper Chiropractic LLC, Auburn, Washington. likes 7 talking about this 59 were here. We value you and want you to Live Long & Prosper for many many years.
You can do this and we 5/5(11). “Live Long and Prosper.” These words are immediately recognized and associated with Star Trek and its fandom, and the Vulcan salute is an even more recognizable extension of that phrase.
The salute’s origin, however, doesn’t come out of the vast. Details about my book, Live Long & Prosper!, including a synopsis, press kit and a few excerpts. Additional material that couldn’t fit in the book. I was so excited about the subject that I wrote too much, so I have some ‘director’s cuts’ on this web site.
The Jewish roots of Leonard Nimoy and ‘Live long and prosper’ President Obama on Leonard Nimoy: ‘I loved Spock’ Leonard Nimoy’s struggle with being SpockAuthor: Jen Chaney.
Human life Live long and prosper. How to plan for a long, long life half the children born in the rich world today are likely to live to The book suggests that even greater. How the hand gesture for "Live Long And Prosper" was created.
A segment from the Adam Nimoy film "For The Love Of Spock" ().It also includes taking care of our health, and adopting financial strategies so that we don’t outlive our (k) balances.
If we do this right, most likely we will live vital, healthy, meaningful lives until our late eighties, nineties, or perhaps even to Live Long & Prosper! helps .Live Long & Prosper! advocates that you think beyond the traditional view of retirement, and begin planning for the rest of your life.
“Action steps that we take in our forties, fifties and sixties will have a profound influence on our happiness, health and financial well-being in our seventies, eighties, nineties and beyond,” says Vernon.