“One starts to get young at 60, and then it’s too late.” — Pablo Picasso
Bullish crows the young. Patience grows the old. Thankfully, the older group’s got the money to invest in all that fledgling hope.
Dreams grow with age until experience dents the pipes. Adults focus on what’s practical and accept what they can’t change.
The good news is that dreaming never dies. It just becomes dormant until adults want to think like kids again. The bad news is that sometimes it’s too late to take risks.
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