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We may find ourselves more susceptible to illness and injury and a bit stiff in the mornings. And maybe we're beginning to scale back on some of our dreams and ambitiouns, or rethinking them as carrer opportunities shift in an increasingly uncertain and rapidly changing world. Our children are growing up and beginning to leave home. For women, menopause represents an unmistakable marker of physical and emotional change. Those of us in our striking lige changes as we adjust our life goals stiff further, as we retire, adn, unfortunately, as our friends and relatives begin to pass away.


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「  私たちは朝になると、自分が病気や怪我に敏感になっていたり、すこし筋肉痛になっている自分に気づくかもしれません。そしてもしかしたら私たちは、自分の夢や志の規模を少し小さくしたり、あるいは夢や志を、ますます不確かで変わりゆく世界の中での、自分のキャリアにおける新しい機会として捉え直すようになるかもしれません。  子供たちは育ち、家を出始めています。女性にとって閉経は、肉体的そして精神的な変化の、間違えようのないしるしです。私たちの中で衝撃的な生(*"lige"とありますが"life"の打ち間違えでしょうか?"lige"はデーン語にしかない単語のようです)を過ごしている者は、私たちが自分の人生のゴールをひどく遠くに定め、引退し、エデンよ、不幸にも、友人たちや親類たちが死に始めたとき、変わっていくことでしょう。 」 以上、訳出してみました。どういった文書なのかがわからないので、これで正しい訳になっているか不安なのですが(なにやら神秘的な感じがしますね)、ご参考になれば幸いです。



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