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Retirement thinking (III)

December 8, 2017

Most people live an average standard of life and have an average lifespan, which I think it’s good enough. You may have felt miserable in your childhood, struggled in your youth and cried a lot for all sorts of failure. Then you may have had good things that happened in your life as well. So, in the end, you realise that life is not as good as you’d expect, nor as bad as you’d imagine it.

Now that you’re not young and energetic anymore, you start to take things lightheartedly. No need to seek others’ approval and accept yourself as who you are. Be kind to others. The most important thing is being healthy.

Do something that makes you happy or join others to have fun while you can, just tell yourself  “C’mon, let’s have a go” kind of thing. Because we are getting aged and sometimes becoming interdependent, so need some common playground once again…

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