Thursday, February 19, 2009

Perfect Age

Life is so precious every minute people die and new lives are started. Life can be beautiful, or as some people say lifes a bitch than you die. I will let you decide. Me personally I can say my life isn't perfect but I am content. I just fear getting real old and not being able to do for myself. I also have a fear of dying, do you ever think what if I could live forever. If that was possible what age would you want to stay for the rest of your life.

If you're in the age range of 1-17 life can be easy but after a while can get very boring. You are forced to constantly follow instructions and rules from your elders. On the other hand being a child is stress free, no job, no kids, no bills and no worries.

Age 18-25. Those are like the golden years but don't get it twisted they come wit a negative vibe too...... A lot of people over the age of 30 tend to not respect anyone in this age bracket. Most think they are not mature or don't really understand what life is all about.
I personally feel if you reached this age and still don't understand life then you are way behind. This age limit is when your supposed to be getting your life together but also able to have fun.

30's- the age where your young but old. Maturing but still can have fun. Possibly raising a family. Getting the respect you might have been looking for in your twenties. Old enough to kick it with the old crowd or hang out wit the youngins.

Then you got the old head age 40 & up. 40 is the age when its time to start slowing it down a lil. You can still be full of life but not out of control. If you not 100% matured by now then you missed that bus.

I think if I could be one age for the rest of my life I would choose 27. 27 because your almost 30 and at that age you can get respect from the young crowd because your not that far away. At the same time you can get respect from the old heads because your at a age where your matured and been through the enough experiences to get the idea of what life is really about.

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