How did you come to not see age as a barrier to living and loving life?
Why would it be?, when loving the life that you live isn't in the span of time spent but on how well you spend them and with whom..!
I saw age as a barrier to life and dreaded the coming of 40 in my life. I realized it was something to be proud of when I actually turned that age. I had accomplished much prior to this and had so many blessings in life to prove it.
I too dreaded reaching forty!! it was deemed as being old. Now I seem to have done so much more since, that I look back and think what a waste of earlier years. Although youth of today don't see it as such as they have so many opportunities for them. I wish I was 25 again!!!.
As long as you stay fit and healthy I don't see it as a barrier at all.
Age is just a number. Life is like a roller-coaster ride and everyone enjoy life to the fullest. Nothing stop them, not even age. There are several people in the world including my parents, grandparents, uncles and aunts who always stay positive, lead healthy and happy lives with their loved ones and make their life a fulfilling journey. Hence they did not see age as a barrier to living and loving life at all.
Age can never become a barrier in relations when thought by heart and not by brain. If we take things in a way where we want to give happiness to the person we love without fixing any limit then age, caste, community, remains as no importance between relations.
by shussain86 6 years ago
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by Kathryn L Hill 3 years ago
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by NiaG 6 years ago
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by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
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by Guardian1 9 years ago
Mine was at age 15, most unexpected (Almost bit the guy's tongue off)with an older boy while on vacation in another country. I'm gonna be real mad when some of you write back that your first kiss was at, like age 4 :-(. So, I was sheltered, damn it (lol).
by sandi10 7 years ago
if god is so loveing, then why did he take my son 16 years ago?
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