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A Meaningful Life at Any Age

Now, some of you may have heard that when you are young, you are idealistic, when you’re old you are realistic.

Now this is the kind of rubbish that is used by those who have lost their ideals or have sold their ideals for self-interests.

Each should not wither one’s ideals or convictions. If anything, it should only consolidate and make it more resolute.

If age has anything to do with it, it is only by way of expression and application of these ideals and convictions having the benefit of a youthful experiences.

And a life without convictions, without idealism, is a mere meaningless existence and I’m sure most of you will agree that as human beings, we are worthy of a life much more meaningful than just that."

- Dr. Lim Hock Siew

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Reader Comments (1)

ahhh so very true...love this :)

August 11, 2010 | Unregistered Commentertammi
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