time of life


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was inspired by my experiences helping others make soulful connections with loved ones during a difficult time of life.
2 : the time of life when a person receives some right or capacity <The voting age is 18.
MIDDLE age is the most miserable time of life, a study has found.
With you I share a time of life marked by physical suffering, yet not for that reason any less fruitful in God's wondrous plan.
At a time of life when others might consider easing their pace, Guest plans a full schedule for 2004.
Although children change constantly from birth through adolescence, no period is more dramatic or sometimes traumatic as this very busy time of life.
Childhood is supposed to be a happy, carefree time of life.