If you are blessed to pause your age forever, which age you will choose?
It is my understanding that age 25 is our physiological peak. So that is what I would go for.
Yeah, I would go for 25 as well. But I need to pause the mental age at 25 too, otherwise it won't work.
I would choose 30. I have already pause my age already as I am now living throughout my whole being this age in my moment by moment life on the earth. It also help that I have written the greatest article on the earth which the referring sites found in 2 months and have spread it around the world in 8 countries. My heart is forever young at the age of 30 in my physical body.
I've always wanted to be 30. I'm 27 now. But it seems like 30 -- not a year more or less -- would be perfect. LOL -- I'm running like crazy now and trying to eat right (somewhat) so I'll look like I'm 30 for a while when I get there.
I might pick younger -- but if I had to go back to being limited to the knowledge I had yesterday -- I would almost kill myself. Knowledge, to me, is far more important than youth.
I'd say 35 because we are still considered youthful in our society and workplace which is really age-biased. I would want to linger there for a few years, but I wouldn't want to freeze it forever. All stages of life come with unique advantages and challenges, and they have all contributed to who I am today.
I haven't reached my peak yet, let you know in about 2 years.
If I were to pause my age then the things I wait would not come. All of life breathes in eager expectation of dreams and wants still unfolding always hoping in tomorrow. What would happen to dreams and hope if I stopped reaching for tomorrow? It is a nice thought, but, "Ground Hog Day" left nothing for us to reach for.
I think I would choose 35. At 35 you are old enough to be taken serious, but still young.
I would choose 40. I loved 40. It was one of the best years of my life. Still vibrant and young yet lots of wisdom to know how to best enjoy life. The forties are really awesome years!
I would definitely choose the childhood age as this is the agbe when we are filled with lot of innocence, hapiness. There is no room for jealousy, hatred and the rest kinds. Everyone and everything seems nice. This innocences is lost over the years as we grow.
It's tough, the teens were just a blast...Twenty's still fun...25-42--married and kids....they each have their positives...I guess 29 would do it!
25-27 Scientist are already doing research on the matter o___o awesome!
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