In Quest of Creativity

In Quest of Creativity

by Sukur Khan Ph.D.

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Overview

A fictional account of life in old age; how compassion, friendship, and connections may help in facing the growing problems of Alzheimer's related to aging issues; and stories of how being creative and doing simple things might contribute to living a healthy life in the final years of old age.

Do all you can to be creative--creating art, photography, creative cooking, writing novels, or songs--and contribute to the happiness of others. In old age, if the memory decline can be slowed down and thought of the mind could retain its vigor, a former intelligence may have a new breadth of understanding of the young and a new loving friendship may grow among the young and old. So, the use of knowing anything about the old age ahead of time becomes useful. The memory problem is a big issue in old age if you're on your own, as ability to think matters.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781641827348
Publisher: Austin Macauley Publishers LLC
Publication date: 03/29/2019
Pages: 96
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.20(d)

About the Author

Sukur Khan, Ph.D., is a retired scientist who, in old age, enjoys walking, thinking, and sharing his thoughts through fiction. Sukur has suffered from depression, and storytelling has been an exercise in self-expression. After his recovery, Sukur published his first book, Candlelight (2015). Subsequently, his neurologist diagnosed him with late-onset Alzheimer's disease. Sukur spent many days and nights for years learning about the disease and how to cope with it. The author is organizing to simplify his daily living in his own world, in his own way, to survive. It's a matter of everyday living and making decisions and clearly seeing what he is able to fight and what he's fighting against. He is fighting without knowing the terms of the battle. He is capable of keeping in touch with his Power of Attorney, doctors, neurologists, and pharmacists--all that stuff by himself, alone. For the moment, he is able to manage his finances and well-being by himself. He enjoys reading and writing. Sukur always tries connecting with his family and friends, and anyone else who cares.

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