Wisdom: more time, more wisdom
Energy: More time, less energy (unless you really take care of yourself)
Money: More time... there's a broad spectrum
Relationships: More time, fewer relationships (at least personally)
Perhaps this is a bad idea. Not even sure why I thought this. One thing I have learned from aging is that being right or even the need to debate is not important. There really are not many cases where there is a correct answer. You could kill someone and still make a case for why you were right.
I am 25 years old , for me aging is to be more and more aware of life limitations . So as you age you become more realist and down to earth , i think aging is a blessing if you use it in the right way , cause you can read it , but if you dont experience it , it wont impact you as much . My goal in the rest of my twenties is to age in a disproportional way in comparison to my age
EVERYONE'S OLD THE DAY BEFORE THEY DIE. If you're 60, then to a 95yo you're young, but to a twenty year old you're old. The only time that's real is now. Who's better off. An 18yo whose bored shitless, or an 80yo who's full of life.
I don't mind aging -- considering the alternative.
Actually, I'm very happy to be 64 years old. I still haven't decided what I want to be when I grow up. But, I sure have tried a lot of different paths over those years. I'm so glad to be living during this period of time. There are so many opportunities.
When my athletic grandson was 14. I was about 52. He wanted to have a foot race. I have a reputation for speed. Had already run 16 miles that morning and was a little tired. Anyway, he beat me. Then he proceeded to run toward the house yelling "I beat grandpa". I said "listen to what you are saying. Probably not going to impress your friends"