posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 08:40 AM
reply to post by mandroids
45 could be old.
It depends on how you use it, or have used it, to be more accurate.
I know many people who are near death or have a prerequisite condition inviting it by the time they are in their 60's.
In that case 45 is very old.
I know others who are scrambling around on their roof at 75 and ballroom dancing into their late 90's and for them 45 would have been nearer the
midway point. I don't think a date so far from expiration can really be considered "old."
Old is not just about a number but can be more relative to how much you have lived. How much you have experienced and processed. How much you have
survived and packed into the life thus far. What have you learned?
I know people who are "old" at 6....young at 90.
Funny how "old" seems to be related to a larger life span - one somehow before and at the same time, long after this one. Everything is in the eye of
the beholder - so you are old or young depending on how the person looking at you... sees you. This might depend on their age
In another sense age refers to organic properties alone and so if you are essentially timeless
....How old is 45?
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