Welcome to our Age collection, a tapestry woven with the threads of experiences, wisdom, and the ever-evolving journey of life. In this curated compilation of quotes, we explore the beauty, significance, and transformative nature of age, honoring the stages that shape our identities and stories.
Age is more than a number; it's a reflection of the chapters we've lived, the lessons we've learned, and the memories that color the tapestry of our existence. Our Age quotes celebrate the insights that come with each passing year, the appreciation for the past, and the anticipation of the future.
Whether you're embracing the joys of youth, navigating the transitions of midlife, or savoring the wisdom that accompanies the golden years, these quotes offer insights into the rich tapestry of life's journey.
Embark on a journey that explores the growth that age brings, the shifting priorities that come with different life stages, and the perspectives that arise from living a life of depth and experience. Discover the beauty in the passage of time, the stories of those who've seen the world change, and the celebration of the unique journeys that define us all.
This is what youth must figure out: Girls, love, and living. The having, the not having, The spending and giving, And the meloncholy time of not knowing. This is what age must learn about: The ABC of dying. The going, yet not going, The loving and leaving, And the unbearable knowing and knowing
I have had more magazine covers in the last 25 years than I have had in my whole elongated career. [...] Today I am in a territory that business considers unmarketable: age and white hair. Slowly, however, I started to own that territory little by little because I stood up for age.
I'm doing the best I can with the ravages of time on my body and I'm a work in progress. I can't write a memoir because I can't do it this week or next week... I try to be an inspiration to the young to respect their older people; we can't stay the same, but we do the best we can with what's left. You can't whine about stuff, you have to learn to eat humble pie along the way and keep going, because the alternative is going to happen.