To know how to grow old is the master-work of wisdom, and one of the most difficult chapters in the great art of living. — Henri-Frederic Amiel
Like all children, I looked forward to my birthday. It meant a party, cake, gifts. I was one year closer to some milestone of maturity and freedom. To five and to kindergarten, to 6 and first grade, to 10, the double digits, to 16, to 17, to 18, to 20, then 21, then 25. At 30 begins the, oh dear.
Life in your Twenties is a challenge.
Life in your Twenties is not turning out to be what you thought it would be.
No matter what you are doing, no matter where you are, you think you should be somewhere else, doing something else. [Read more…]