By Sidney B. Silverman
Upon his retirement, Silverman enrolled in graduate institution at Columbia collage. Concentrating in philosophy, he obtained a master’s measure in 2007. He used to be as aggressive within the lecture room as he used to be within the court.
After graduating he hunted for one other problem. He had performed chess for a few years. Now he desired to play in tournaments and turn into a chess grasp. even if he attempted demanding to develop into a professional chess participant, he failed.
A satisfied lifestyles chronicles Silverman’s adventures, sooner than, in the course of and after his lengthy and profitable occupation.
What items of knowledge can he percentage that would aid readers to discover their most sensible, such a lot profitable retirement years? learn on."
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