Longevity can be mined for gems of insight, forged in the fire of youth and tempered by the experience of years. From the summit of maturity, author Jack Goldberg looks out on an endless horizon of life, awed by the beauty of nature, his deep love for his wife, yet chagrined by the irony of aging. In "Yesterday, Today, and..." his poignant thoughts and meditations reflect a peaceful acceptance of the golden years, yet are etched with a bittersweet longing for the past. Readers will find a true sense of the poet in Goldberg's verses as they accompany him on a journey through time and remembrance. He shares a variety of treasured memories in every line, and readers will experience firsthand the reality of growing older and the importance of preserving the special moments in one's own life.