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Christopher Peruzzi says
Exercise and eating right does create a better outlook on life and better living conditions for the body.
John Connor says
Rochelle Frank says
Good points, I agree. Lifestyle has a lot to do with aging gracefully. I don't trip much like you. I do have injuries that take a bit of healing compared you my younger days.
I agree. Aging gracefully while maintaining a healthy lifestyle let's meet our destiny with dignity.
Well said, and I agree. View point on aging has changed. We take care of ourselves by eating right, stress-free, spiritual guidance and exercise we will live not forever but longer and better.
Neha Arora says
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I agree. The more spiritually we hold our beliefs the better our lives will be. Eating right and exercising has a lot to do with it too.
The Examiner-1 says
True, we need to fact the facts about aging.
We also need to face the faces.
That is what I mean when I say that we cannot stay young forever. Others notice the faces and upperparts first.
When I was a sub teacher in a class of blind children, they wanted to know how old I was. I asked them to guess. They gave me about 15 years back-- perhaps because I sat on the floor with them sharing riddles.
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