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Are B-Days really so great?

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1 Are B-Days really so great? on July 5th 2011, 4:38 pm


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Does anyone really like getting older? I mean every year is just like one more year you are closer to dying.

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2 Re: Are B-Days really so great? on July 6th 2011, 1:11 am

With age comes wisdom, knowledge, the ability to prevent mistakes. But as age grows, your step slows. I personally love getting older as I can look back and see all the mistakes that I have made and make better choices for the future.

And what's so bad about dying anyways? We have all of these figures drilling into our minds that death is a bad thing and we should avoid it, but I view it as a whole new beginning (cliched I know), but seriously, there's not enough time in life to be afraid of the inevitable, death will come eventually, but for now enjoy the life that you have.

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3 Re: Are B-Days really so great? on July 6th 2011, 3:37 am


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Life just goes on and getting older is just a unavoidable out come. Its not that thrilling getting older but some perks come up as the years go by that are kind of cool but after 21 there is not to many more until after 50, so hang on for the ride.


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4 Re: Are B-Days really so great? on July 19th 2011, 5:16 pm


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Those are some good points/advice. I guess i just wasn't taking that into consideration.

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