To describe how it feels to be old can be very sketchy. It can be likened to the popular story of the three blind men who were asked to describe an elephant by touching it. It is all a matter of perception.
Aside from the obvious physical signs of aging, one has to be old to know how it feels to be one. And even that cannot be encompassing because different people age differently, hence feels differently.
To the fans of Star Wars films, she was the petite, lovely, precocious, and hyperactive Princess Leia.
Note: She also featured in other films prior to hitting it big when she starred with Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford in the popular sci-fi series.
Behind the scenes, and away from the cameras, she was Carrie Fisher, a tremendous novelist, screen writer, and an activist.
What is your biggest regret in life? Was it missed opportunities? Was it bad investments, relationships that went sour, or children gone bust?
No, the headline is not hype. It is to pique your interest on this habit traditionally thought a sign of laziness.
But before that, take note that this habit came out from circumstances found in tropical countries where the heat of the noon-day sun, and a carbohydrate-laden lunch conspire to make people look for a shade and have a nap.
I am one of them.
Celebrating life each day at 73!
I don’t know about you but, no doubt, I am old and getting older by the day. But, boy, so far it’s been so good.
Not that you and I have any choice.
I admit it was disconcerting at first. But when I got over that period of self-denial (after seeing wrinkles on my face, hands and arms), I thought it better to settle in for the ride and enjoy the journey.