Here is a wonderful Power Point Presentation on Old Age forwarded to me :
http://www.slideshare.net/billblaz/aquarelas-3178536
If you cannot view the Power Point Presentation please read the transcript given here under.

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  • Water-colours of Marcel Reynaert
  • Getting older is the only way to live long.
  • The age of maturity is that age at which one is still young but is much more resourceful.
  • What most torments me about the foolishness of my youth, is not the crazy things I have done...but the fact that I canít go back and do them again.
  • To get old is to go from passion to compassion.
  • Many people never reach eighty because they waste time trying to stay at forty forever.
  • At twenty, desire rules, at thirty, reason rules, and at forty, itís time for good sense and judgement.
  • Whoever is not beautiful at twenty, strong at thirty, rich at forty, nor wise at fifty, will never be beautiful or strong or rich or wise.
  • When we pass sixty, there are fewer things that we think are absurd.
  • Young people think the old are ridiculous. The old know that the young are ridiculous.
  • A mature person goes back to find the serenity once enjoyed as a child
  • Nothing passes by as quickly as the years.
  • When I was young I was told ďYouíll see when youíre fiftyĒ. Iíve passed fifty but I donít see anything .
  • In the eyes of youth there burns a flame. In the eyes of the old there shines a light.
  • The initiative of youth and the experience of the older each have equal value.
  • There is a small child inside each one of us.
  • Each age calls for itís own appropriate behavior.
  • Young people travel in groups, adults travel in pairs, and old people walk alone.
  • Happy the one who was young as a youth, and happy the one who is wise in old age.
  • We all want to grow old, and we all want to deny we have arrived there.
  • WE NEED TO UNDERSTAND ABOUT THE PASSING YEARS - HOW TO LIVE THEM, AND NOT JUST ACCUMULATE THEM,
  • Musica: Roger Williams
  • THE END

Brahmanyan,
Bangalore.