By: Connor Judson Garrett – June 7, 2016
If you’re old enough to drink, age is just a number. In theory, your experiences would be roughly proportionate to the number of years you’ve lived, but it doesn’t always work out this way. Fifty years old means something different from person to person. For some fifty years leaves them bitter and broken, for others fifty years means wisdom and radiance. What matters is how you use your time.
Did you give your dreams all of your energy? Did you pursue them with reckless abandon? Were you bold? Don’t waste your time – you owe it to yourself to make the most of your life. Time is the most precious resource.
Let time and effort shape you. Experience and maturity are two very different things – you incur experience naturally. Maturity, however, requires introspection and effort. Your effort determines what you’ll evolve into.
Those people society admires, the ones they worship like gods, they’ve managed to live lives most could only dream of. They’ve been bold, bending time itself, maximizing the opportunities each hour presents.
Age is just a number – pay more attention to your habits, challenge yourself, push boundaries, be great, and defy expectations.