do you believe that life really begins at 40?

Philippines
January 29, 2010 9:13pm CST
Most people claimed that the best things in life appear at 40, however some would argue this statement with a concept that life begins as you know it. They said that at 40 you almost achieved anything, from love, belongingness, security and happiness in life.
4 responses
@hagirl (1296)
• United States
30 Jan 10
Oh, That would be promising since I turn 40 next week on the February 4th... I was not looking forward to it at all but now I guess I will look at it a different way instead of halfway to 80
• Philippines
31 Jan 10
Advance happy birthday for you! Many people perceived that getting old is a miserable experience, they maybe encouraged to drink responsibly and take better care of their health. Reaching 80 would be an experience worth living..
@hagirl (1296)
• United States
31 Jan 10
Well I don't drink so that should take some pressure off to get closer to 80... The only bad habit I have is smoking and I only take medicine that is prescribed so I have that category down pat also....
@bird123 (10526)
• United States
30 Jan 10
You are going to have to read between the lines. Life begins at birth. 40 is when people start to feel their age. Life begins at 40 is just a reminder not to quit living simply because aging is starting to hurt.Life is about living. One doesn't have to be young to get something accomplished.
• Philippines
31 Jan 10
well, the best thing to consider is to value life whatever age your at, and we should do more effort to look after us especially when we arrived at the older age level, whether 40 or 50.,
• Philippines
30 Jan 10
I don't think life really begins at 40,or any age for that matter.life when begins you are truly living it.meaning,you value every minute of you life.you live and love.you see things in a positive light.you can achieve your dreams at any age.you live a life that makes you happy and doesn't let anybody dictate how you should live it.
• Philippines
31 Jan 10
Research found that, contrary to common belief old age doesn't mean a decline to happiness- older people are just as happy as younger people. Whilst many young people associated old age with doom and gloom, this is not the case.
@teamrose (1499)
• United States
30 Jan 10
The best time in life is now. Whatever age you're at, you should be enjoying to the fullest. Life is not promised to any of us. Life is way to short to wait for a certain age to have supreme happiness.