"I was an angry teenager."
"Where was your anger directed?"
"Toward my father when I was young, then toward myself when I was older."
"Why were you angry with your father?"
"Because he was also an alcoholic."
"I’m too busy to be lonely," declares "Granny" Eva Barnes Henderson, who at age 83 lives alone in a small, time-weathered house near the banks of the Buffalo River.
National Geographic - March, 1977
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“We’ve been best friends since we were in diapers.”
“What’s your secret?”
“We’ve never lied to each.”
"We’re eye doctors."
"What’s something about the eye that most people don’t realize?"
"The eye doesn’t see. The brain sees. The eye just transmits. So what we see isn’t only determined by what comes through the eyes. What we see is affected by our memories, our feelings, and by what we’ve seen before."