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I spend a good chunk of time each week working with, learning from and encouraging fellow senior adults. It seems to me that the ones best able to “finish the race” don’t spend a lot of time employing the adverb “too.” The public at large, however, generally chooses to use the word “too” for maximation of negatives. You know what I mean. “Too” seems always to be readily at hand, like low-hanging fruit in the grammatical orchard. It is particularly helpful when we want to describe “negatives” concerning our general condition. We maximize the extent of our fatigue, how lousy we ...

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