28-32 for getting married.
Before 32 for having children.
18-19 for processing information.
This from a research study at UIC School of Public Health in Chicago.
The best age is when you realize that life is short and you’re running out of time.
Sometimes it takes the death of a loved one to realize it.
Worries and stress start to decline at age 50 and later years are often most rewarding if good health holds up beyond that.
The perfect age is now.
We cannot relive the past.
Cannot guarantee the future.
The best age is when we arrive at the realization that we need to live in the present and be grateful for it.
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