"Its never too late in life for anything to learn".....do you agree?
Is there anything in life you wanted to do, but could not for may be many reason?
If so, would you like to start learning/doing 'that particular thing' now ?
Yes, I agree.... It's never too late in life for anything to learn.
Age is no bar to learning.Infact too keep our brain healthy one should learn new things like a new language as we grow older.
I agree my father is in his 50's and is now learning to read for the simple fact that I write children's books and he wants to be able to read them cause he is one of my main characters.
by queelah 13 years ago
Hey I just strated college at I'm in my 30 do you think it is to late to go back. I found it to be hard to keep up with the other kids some times but I still keep on going . I just want one degree that says I finished then Ill be alright . What do you think is it to late to go back.
by theirishobserver. 13 years ago
It is now 8.40am in Ireland, temp:0 but not too cold, I have just posted a Hub about a 70 year old man that I know who has just finished a PHD, that begs the question - Is It Ever Too Late To Learn?
by ambassadornchains 11 years ago
When is it "too late" to go back to the dance studio?I danced for about 8 years, taking about 5-6 classes a week for 2-3 hours 4-5 days a week. I've been out of dance for around 5 or 6 years and I long to get back into dancing! I am going to start back in a couple months, but...
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by Mygell 12 years ago
Many say that it is always the best thing for us to learn.To get indulged into it so as to know what and how it feels .
by equipmentpro 10 years ago
Is it too late for me to learn to play guitar properly?I have been playing my Washburn acoustic since 1984. I taught myself to play after a friend showed me a few chords. After 20 years, I can still only play about 9 chords, and my form is awful. Can I get better? Can I...
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