The Vietnam War, however, was not only a defining moment in baby boomers' coming-of-age process. Forty years later, the war is still part of many boomers' psyches as they face older age.
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Because of the authority with which words like "clinical depression" or "bipolar" are used in modern conversation, they are given the impression that those words have a permanence and solidity they do not actually have.
As Archbishop Desmond Tutu famously said, there is no future without forgiveness; we might add there is no livable present without the possibility of repairing the past.
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