Yes, there are a few niggles, but growing old is a privilege that has its own joys

Earlier this week I reached another seniority milestone – yes, my palindromic date of birth is hard to ignore: 4/4/44. Those of us who came of age in the glorious 1960s may find it difficult to identify with being old—we were the young generation who wore pins that said “Don’t trust anyone over 30”—but that’s who we are . Old beasts and old idiots exchanging talks about “the organ concert” (the current litany of health ailments).

et I find that there are many positive and joyful aspects of being old. As each day inevitably represents an increasing portion of the remaining time on this earth, waves of gratitude are felt for the beauty of nature, the kindness of strangers, the rewards of friendship, the comforts—as well as some of the fears. of family life.

https://www.independent.ie/opinion/comment/yes-there-are-a-few-aches-and-pains-but-to-live-to-be-old-is-a-privilege-that-has-its-own-joys-41524273.html Yes, there are a few niggles, but growing old is a privilege that has its own joys

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