Monday, October 25, 2010


There is a time for everything. There is an age for everything. It is only when we really know and comprehend that we possess a limited time on earth. We have no way of knowing when our time is up. We'll begin to reside every day to the fullest, as if it was the just one we had.

If I could be one year old, I will be happy. Everything is new and interesting. I   use my five senses to definitely discover the world around me. I experiment simple words combination. I   take joy in nursery rhymes and books with single pictures of familiar and related items. I discover my innovative abilities. I could react with my whole body to rhythm, beat and melody.

If I could be eighteen years old, I will be happier. I start to realize that my parents could be my best friends. They could help me more by being a good sounding board for them rather than making their decisions. My attention concentrates on education for the future. I am able to realize my effectiveness and use them to a potential career. I become independent adult. This freedom does not imply there cannot be close family relationships, but this relationship should be dependent on shared respect. I believe I can do well because I have self confidence and a sense of pride and competence. tive abilities. I could react with my whole body to rhythm, beat and melody.

If I could be forty years old, I will be happiest. It is one of the crucial mental, psychological, physical and emotional milestones in a person’s life. It is when we assess who we are and what we are going to do. I can sit back and appreciate the benefits of all the efforts I did in my 20’s and 30’s. I could begin discussing about “Botox” because physically that’s the true issue. The big 4-0 can be the beginning of satisfaction, self-reliance and emotional maturity. 

Regardless of age, I think there is definitely a challenge for everyone. There must always be an awareness of every issue. Because life is a cycle and age is a part of it.


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