Wisdom Of The Ages

How do you measure age? Should it be a simple calculation based on years? Would it be better to create a formula measured by life experiences? Why do some people seem older than their physical years? Why do some of the oldest people we run into have the brightest, most youthful spirit? Are the dreams of youth destined to fade into distant memories? Do the opportunities we let slip through our fingers become fuel for faster aging? We think John Barrymore made a great observation on aging when he said:

A quote by John Barrymore: "A man is not old until regrets take the place of dreams."

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Embrace your dreams. Please share this with a friend.


For more great quotes check out the links below.
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   * Aristotle “It’s during our darkest moments…”

   * Josh Billings “There’s a great power in words…”

   * William Ward “In the face of unjust criticism…”

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