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How Age Determines A Father’s Awesomeness
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How Age Determines A Father’s Awesomeness

5 Years Ago By Richard Darell

There is no escaping it no matter how much we want to. It’s going to haunt us until our heart beats its last beat. I am talking about age and how it affects us physically and the way we think. Whether it’s a second or a day, it all signifies change, and we’re always getting older. Some people try to slow it down with plastic surgery, while others try to battle it by staying in constant shape. But there is no getting around it, we are all getting older by the second, and it is a beautiful thing. Age is not all about getting weaker, it’s also about getting more wise and understanding that we shouldn’t pay too much attention to the little details in our lives, but instead live our lives for the good moments.

Life itself can of course be debated to pieces, and by the time we’re done, we will probably be a little older still. So what is age, and what does it matter to a 4 year old, a 25 year old or even a 60 year old? Well, it’s not so weird when you have a look at this pretty cool little creation from Caveman Circus. It will put things in a different perspective and pretty much pinpoint what we all go through when we are growing up to be the ultimate people we all hope we will become one day.

If you think that your 14 year old doesn’t give a rat’s booty about his or her father (which in this case might just be you, right?), this little timeline should put you right back in the chillaxing chair. Their minds will change, and you will become the pillar in their lives which you once thought yourself to be, but you were only a bit too early. Being wise has nothing to do with luck or awesomeness, it has to do with experience, and that you can only gain by getting older. See, it’s a win-win situation to get older, so why do we fear it so much?

Age Determines A Fathers Awesomeness

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