The Three Stages of Life
July 13, 2007 1:24am CST
The teen age life always have the time and energy but no money to spend. As you reach the middle life you have the money and the energy but you dont have the time to enjoy life. When you reach the retiring age, you have all the time and money but you dont have anymore the energy to explore the world. At the end your life, you will find yourself spending time just waiting for your time to go.
13 Jul 07
Well, I'm 61 next week and I can assure you that I still have plenty of energy as does my sister who is 65. This January we both went on a holiday to Egypt and as usual spent time discussing the next holiday that we would take together. She wants to go to Istanbul next. I fly abroad three or four times a year on holiday so your generalization is certainly not true in our case.
13 Jul 07
Oh, that is great to hear! Indeed, we must be thankful that we still have that strenght to enjoy life. I guess each and everyone of us deserve the harvest and enjoy the fruit of our labor. I consider that as a grace of God, for He is blessing you with an extended life and enabling you to enjoy it as well.Of course, considering the fact that not everyone could have the same benefits as what you are having right now. I know different people who are not as blessed as you are. They are right in the hospital fighting for cancer, spending all their money in order to survive. Well, I hope that you could use that "extended" life in a more productive, meaningful and life-changing activity that will have eternal value. Congratulation and stay blessed. More power!!!