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Abby Hayanga

if you could be any age for the rest of your life , which would you choose ?

I usually hear Men say it’s around they’re Mid 30s going 40 and for Women in their 50’s why so ? And for us still in our youth what is the best age ?

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2 Her Answers

  1. I wouldn't want to be a child or an old person because that leaves me under someone's care and without independence. Any age above 18 all the way to 40 would be spectacular. I also know that life may end up feeling bland and tasteless without time moving.

    I wouldn’t want to be a child or an old person because that leaves me under someone’s care and without independence.

    Any age above 18 all the way to 40 would be spectacular. I also know that life may end up feeling bland and tasteless without time moving.

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  2. I believe the best age is, young enough to be able to learn, discover and enjoy places, people and things without bias or prejudice. But old enough to enjoy and appreciate it. And I feel like my twenties are that sweet spot, but maybe I'll appreciate the wisdom of my thirties...

    I believe the best age is, young enough to be able to learn, discover and enjoy places, people and things without bias or prejudice. But old enough to enjoy and appreciate it. And I feel like my twenties are that sweet spot, but maybe I’ll appreciate the wisdom of my thirties…

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2 Him Answers

  1. I love the aging process. Every stage of life has its lessons and experiences and staying in one age could be compared to being locked up in a really nice place but without the freedom to leave. You see people coming in every day, enjoying what's there with you, and leaving in the evening to somethiRead more

    I love the aging process. Every stage of life has its lessons and experiences and staying in one age could be compared to being locked up in a really nice place but without the freedom to leave. You see people coming in every day, enjoying what’s there with you, and leaving in the evening to something else. Life is about experiences and the cycle of life teaches us that nothing is constant. This also makes you appreciate the little things much more. Like the sunset, the beach, a date night, a date night, a movie and so forth. Assumjng that this fixed age, comes along with forever living, the urgency that life gives us is removed. You wouldn’t be in a rush, you wouldn’t have regrets, you wouldn’t look forward to once in a lifetime experiences, and you would easily get bored with the flatness of such a life. I admit it may be exciting for the first few years but you soon grow tired of the same loop.

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    20s are a sweet spot. You are old enough to be independent and try out new things on your own. Yet young enough to make mistakes and recover pretty fast.

    20s are a sweet spot. You are old enough to be independent and try out new things on your own. Yet young enough to make mistakes and recover pretty fast.

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  1. There's something beautiful about the preteen years where you are partly independent yet puberty has not yet set in. No bills to worry about, just pure child play and a very personalised view of the world. Also losts of innocence with regards to knowledge and experiences. At that age of around 7 toRead more

    There’s something beautiful about the preteen years where you are partly independent yet puberty has not yet set in. No bills to worry about, just pure child play and a very personalised view of the world. Also losts of innocence with regards to knowledge and experiences. At that age of around 7 to 12, the world is at your footsteps. That’s the age I envy the most.

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  2. 21 is just perfect, when your young your body is at almost peak fitness I think people who say 40 are their prime it's maybe because at that age they have acquired enough wealth and wisdom to get the best out of life. but physically in you early 20s is the best

    21 is just perfect, when your young your body is at almost peak fitness I think people who say 40 are their prime it’s maybe because at that age they have acquired enough wealth and wisdom to get the best out of life. but physically in you early 20s is the best

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  3. 20 are a golden convergence of the innocence of a child, the rebellion of a teenager, and the freedom of a young adult. Deadly combination if you asked but somehow people make it through.

    20 are a golden convergence of the innocence of a child, the rebellion of a teenager, and the freedom of a young adult. Deadly combination if you asked but somehow people make it through.

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  4. 23 was my favourite year. I discovered myself and opened myself to the world.

    23 was my favourite year. I discovered myself and opened myself to the world.

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  5. childhood between 7 and 12 when you don't have lots of worry and anxiety about life and you live fully without fear or too much thought... just action and real experiences. With good parents it can even be better.

    childhood between 7 and 12 when you don’t have lots of worry and anxiety about life and you live fully without fear or too much thought… just action and real experiences. With good parents it can even be better.

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