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    Quote Originally Posted by nolla View Post
    At what age it starts feeling like I am getting old and it's bad? You know, people have their mid-life crisis, getting-out-of-college crisis, teenage crisis, retirement crisis, biological clock crisis and some more crises I can't remember now. Do you feel it's bad thing to grow old?
    Are you worried about menopause?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nolla View Post
    Yeah, I thought you were a lot older too. You have the kind of stability in your posts.
    Well it's not something I'm ashamed of, nor does anybody really mind either.

    I notice one benefit is when I'm trying to help younger people out with issues, they have access to elderly wisdom from somebody they can relate to better. Or maybe that's just in my head.

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    The only part of growing old about I'm not exactly looking forward to is losing body performance. Hopefully someone will find the fountain of youth before that... and I will bathe in that fountain.

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    I wish I was older actually, I can't deal with the bullshit of my teenage peers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Didums View Post
    I wish I was older actually, I can't deal with the bullshit of my teenage peers.
    I remember thinking like that... It seems like the most shit you get is when you aren't old enough to handle it.

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    For me, turning thirty was like waking up and smelling the fresh 40. At 31, I feel like I haven't quite got out of bed though.

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    *makes the twister spin with wheel chair*

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    I enjoy the journey of life. I don't want to skip a single day or go back a single day. I kind of think that my life will get better and better, for the most part, as I get older, mostly because I intend on it always being that way. Many people feel fresher than ever in their 40s and 50s, or even later, because they've been able to free themselves of whatever it was that was holding them back before. I would like to keep that "freed" attitude throughout my entire life by learning from their collective experience and wisdom.

    At 23, I sometimes feel like I've wasted a crap-load of time already, and I know that it's just NOT true. I'm really grateful to be where I am right now, and I plan on making the absolute best of it. If I already feel like I've wasted five years, I do not want to suddenly be 50 or 80 and wonder what in the world happened to my life. I'm always going to be a baby to someone or an old man to someone else, but I'm always going to be me to myself. Let's rock.
    "When a resolute young fellow steps up the great bully, the world, and takes him boldly by the beard, he is often surprised to find that it comes off in his hand, and that it was only tied on to scare away the timid adventurers." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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