Time goes fast. As one becomes older, it goes faster, and faster, and there’s no way to pause it.When I was younger I used to think that a year was pretty long time. Now is almost nothing.
I’m sorting my pictures from last Spring and suddenly another Spring has come with its flowers, good weather and for some the allergies. The nature looks new, green and full of colours, but I feel older, a little more tired and with new limitations in my daily life.
I’m not going to complain. I consider it’s natural. Years doesn’t pass without leaving their print in the body. But the spirit can remain young as long as don’t get tired of learn new things, and look at the future with hope.
Years also bring lots of experiences. And if one try to be sharp and attentive and learn from one’s own successes and errors, one can acquire wisdom.
There is no elixir of eternal youth but, for some people, time itself can become an elixir of wisdom. (Providing it won’t appear some neurodegenerative disease that causes memory loss and others associated symptoms)