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Gary Sweeten

Well, now. Scripture says the same. "Give and it shall be given unto you..." That which we receive shall not always be financial but perhaps most often is emotional and spiritual and energy to do more.

The greatest resource for doing good are those who have done well. But that resource is most dynamic when we recruit their minds, hearts and talents to enter the world as salt and light to design new and creative communities of change.

The next 40 years will be the real deal for Boomer Time as Retire becomes Refire and the enormous talents of the Boomers are unleashed into serving like which the world has never seen.

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