Recently, I read an in-depth article in the New York Times about a group of people who live long and well on a very small Greek Island. The author pointed out that there is no “silver bullet” but rather a shotgun blast of interconnected factors that, taken together, are as close as we have come to understanding how to live well and long.
I stress both because “dynamic longevity” is what living is all about—an agile mind in an agile body, to paraphrase Plato. I see those interconnected factors as spokes in a wheel. I won’t be moving to a tiny Greek island anytime soon, but I can analyze how those people live and try to adapt what I can and apply it to my own spokes in the wheel of dynamic longevity.