Aging is maturing beyond everything that once mattered in youth and not being afraid to let it go.

Aging is growing out of old problems while simultaneously acclimating with new problems.

Aging is not viewing problems as problems, but as tests of your true inner nature.

Aging is accepting what you cannot control while stopping trying to control it.

Aging is gaining wisdom, insight, clarity, understanding, virtue, character, and actualizing your individual essence of life.

Aging is not looking at yourself or others as a quantifiable number of years, but as intrinsic beings of qualitative depth.

Aging is part of dying a little more every day and embracing every breath closer to death.


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