Ever wonder where the term “Silver Bullet” came from?  In today’s world it is commonly defined as an action which cuts through the complexity and provides an immediate solution to a problem.. A “failsafe solution” to a problem.  The allusion is to a miraculous fix that is otherwise portrayed as waving a magic wand.  This derives from the use of actual silver bullets and the widespread folk belief in earlier times that they were the only way of killing Werewolves and other supernatural beings.  This belief even goes back to ancient times and the belief of the magical power of silver.  In Orace’s “ODES”, the Delphic Oracle advised Philip of Macedonia to “fight with silver spears”.  So I guess the logical question is to see  if there is a “Silver Bullet” when it comes to Long Term Care Planning.

When I think about what that “Silver Bullet” would need to be, I can come…

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