My Inc.com article today, “If You Don’t Live in the Past, You Never Get Old,” began
If You Don’t Live in the Past, You Never Get Old
If you look backward, you see what you lost. If you look forward, you see opportunity. I recommend looking forward.
Mainstream American culture loves youth. It led me for most of my 45 years to expect life to get worse. Instead it’s gotten better. Much better, at least for me.
Inc.’s median age is 37, so I’m ahead of most of you, but time marches on for all of us. I bet your life is getting better too, contrary to the mainstream message.
How do these changes resonate for you?
Food is better now
I just got back from shopping at a farmers market. I bought cabbage, cauliflower, and kale, which I love. The farmer’s picked them last night. I haven’t had a slice of pizza in months.
I don’t even think of eating candy, which I used to love. Fresh fruit tastes incomparably better (even the unique way I eat it).
Read the rest at If You Don’t Live in the Past, You Never Get Old.
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