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  • Dana Head

    I sometimes complain about getting older, but this is a good reminder that old age is a true blessing...

  • Francesca Gagliano-Mollicone

    Bottle Cap Fortune: "Do not regret growing older. It is a privilege denied to many." -unkown. My question: Can we begin to embrace natural graying hair?

  • Cecilia Culp

    I need to remember this when I complain about getting older

  • Kristi Law

    as the wrinkles and grey hair come, I need to remember this...

  • Candice Adams

    Growing older... Quote to remember when I turn 30

  • Tarrie Revenant

    *sigh* need to remember this when I, tired of growing up.

  • Mommy Maki

    Do not regret growing older, it is a privilege denied to many. | I know that all too well, need to remember this when I frown at my fine lines and gray hairs.

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Don't let the worrying overtake me. Focus on what I am grateful for... there are always things I am grateful for!

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worth quoting..."Somedays we could tightrope across Manhattan, and other days we are too weary to clean our teeth. This is Normal. This is Natural."

Yes, some people really do suck. Why invite them into YOUR precious life? God gives us a finite number of days above ground. Why pollute a single second/minute/hour/day/year with a sucky person? If they were the tray that raw chicken comes in, how long could you stand to leave it in your kitchen trash? Time to kick those stinky peeps to the curb trash can for pick up, baby!

Saving people is a really hard task - it won't always work. But what you can do is love them, make them feel special and let them know there's someone who cares about them and that their life is worth living.