Deep Thoughts

Eulogy for an Aging Book Guy – by Timothy Eberle

“Because to everything there is a season, and the season for ‘trying on identities like costumes’ is somewhere between the ages of seventeen and twenty-six. Anything beyond that, and all you’re actually doing is simply ‘wearing a costume.’”

via Eulogy For an Aging Book Guy — Discover

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  1. Interesting thought. On first glance, you go “Of course.” But then you ask yourself: Are we ever set in stone? Do we not discover new possibilities for ourselves right up until the moment we are taken out of the game? And isn’t this exactly the gift of life?

    • I believe each moment is new and fresh, but I like this guy’s sardonic(?) way of approaching the subject. Hey, I should share a post of yours to my site! Sharing is fun. 🙂

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