When is to late to start a new life? a new love? a new marriage?

@icesmile (7172)
Romania
May 5, 2009 5:07pm CST
To 30? to 40? to 50? maybe never? After somebody try to be happy and failed, she or he can try again? When is to late? Do you have a experience like this? To start to love again? to marry again? To try to live happy even time when somebody can be happy just pass? Never say never? or....Is to late for you, you must prepear to die...
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@JoyfulOne (6243)
• United States
5 May 09
I don't think that it's ever too late an age to change the course of your life. There have been lots of people who have changed their views as they've gotten older and put their path in a whole new direction. It's never ever too 'late' for love either! I have a set of friends who got married about 10 years ago (first marriages for both) when he was 65 and she was 58. As they celebrate their many years together, I've seen them go from solitary people, to utter bliss from their union and committment. I've also known others to have met in a nursing home and get married. There's even a couple of people I know who went back to college in their 60's...and why not?! Happiness is where you look for it and find it, despite our age, and despite what society thinks is 'right.'
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@icesmile (7172)
• Romania
5 May 09
so, do you think that somebody must to find his happynes no matter how, no matter age
@JoyfulOne (6243)
• United States
5 May 09
Sure, I think people truly want to find their happiness. The flip-side of that would be why on earth would they rather find saddness and stay there?! I think it's the very nature of people to want to be happy rather than sad.. (unless there's something that medically or mentally makes them actually prefer to be sad and unhappy.) To my way of thinking, it would be: if you're not wanting to be happy, then you have given up on yourself and life's rewards.
@Jennlk84 (4219)
• United States
5 May 09
I don't think it's ever to late to start over again. I've seen quite a few older couples that find new love, get married, etc. It's quite sweet I think. I mean really, what's preventing you from falling in love or getting married again when you're 80? Other than the fact that you may not get out much to meet new people.
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@icesmile (7172)
• Romania
5 May 09
maybe is just destiny there
@anniefannie (1743)
• United States
5 May 09
i don't think age matters if you meet and fall in love i knew a lady in her 70s that fell in love and got married.it is up to the person if he or she wants to fall in love or get married.
@uicbear (1903)
• United States
5 May 09
I don't think it's ever to late to try and find happiness. Not only with love and finding someone to share your life with, but in all aspects of life. We can choose to learn new things, try things we have never tried before, go places and see things that we have never seen. If we give up on the possibilities that life has to offer, we are cheating ourselves of many moments of joy.