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shushanika 19.02.2005 05:32

Young?
 
What is it like, to be young?

Hrach_Techie 19.02.2005 08:03

2b continued
 
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shushanika 19.02.2005 12:36

Thanks for the definition. However i was more asking about a personal experience- is this/was this how it feels to be young to you?

Tropical 19.02.2005 14:50

Your theory is crazy, but it's not crazy enough to be true.
Niels Bohr (1885 - 1962), to a young physicist

so young is when you have crazy theory, crazy ideas, you understand for few minitues that it is far from being true and great, but you still eager and want to bealive it is gonna be something worthy.

Red Stone 19.02.2005 17:11

Mentally it is "I won't go that way!" :)

Physically... I almost forgot... :crackup:

PsilocybeLarvae 19.02.2005 18:53

Red Stone, for one thing, feeling young does not have to do with age ;)

PsilocybeLarvae 19.02.2005 18:58

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Originally Posted by shushanika
Thanks for the definition. However i was more asking about a personal experience- is this/was this how it feels to be young to you?

i wouldn't say it is feeling carefree.. probably "free" is the word that describes it best.

Sevana 19.02.2005 19:57

what age group you had in mind Shushanika .to my doughter I am sooooooooooooo old at 34 , to my mother I am sooooooooooo young , so you see , where do you draw the line ?We are forever( young )if we use our years wisely , remember that Age is just a number

Red Stone 19.02.2005 22:09

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Originally Posted by PsilocybeLarvae
Red Stone, for one thing, feeling young does not have to do with age ;)

If you think what I think that you think that I think that you think... Errrrr! got lost... anyway... what thing? :confused: :crackup: :crackup: :crackup:

Red Stone 19.02.2005 22:14

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Originally Posted by Sevana
We are forever( young )if we use our years wisely , remember that Age is just a number

Well if your wisely means according to the rules, I don't agree! That way you are old at the age of 5 or less... :(

Sevana 20.02.2005 00:08

Now I am really confused habibi Red Stone , but I think you know what I mean , agree?

shushanika 20.02.2005 06:23

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Originally Posted by Sevana
what age group you had in mind Shushanika .to my doughter I am sooooooooooooo old at 34 , to my mother I am sooooooooooo young , so you see , where do you draw the line ?We are forever( young )if we use our years wisely , remember that Age is just a number

I didn't really have any specific age group in mind- too banal a phrase, age being more of a state of mind, or heart or spirit... I just wanted to see how it is with the others, when looking back at past one says to himself- i was young then. How it feels when suddenly one realises that one particular phase or state is gone and you no longer can or would do things you used to do. For me it was when i realised i can no longer afford being stupid... That i can no longer be carelessly recklessly and selfishly happy like i once was or could afford to be... That i no longer search for the truths or meanings or absolutes. When looking back at past i say "oh god" but at the same time feel nostalgic?

At the same time i am so curious to know how it feels for others. What it's like for them being young. how it feels to be young at the moment, or felt back then, you know what i mean?

shushanika 20.02.2005 06:26

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Originally Posted by PsilocybeLarvae
i wouldn't say it is feeling carefree.. probably "free" is the word that describes it best.

When do you come to the realisation that you're no longer free?
Not free because of circumstances than anything else.
Not free because of certain boundaries that you come to set for yourself.
Is this loss of freedom a sign of ageing?

Red Stone 20.02.2005 16:50

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Originally Posted by Sevana
Now I am really confused habibi Red Stone , but I think you know what I mean , agree?

Well... now I think I can conclude that you don't follow the rules... ;) am I right?

Red Stone 20.02.2005 17:10

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Originally Posted by shushanika
How it feels when suddenly one realises that one particular phase or state is gone and you no longer can or would do things you used to do.

It depends on the kind of things you mean... ;)
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Originally Posted by shushanika
For me it was when i realised i can no longer afford being stupid...

What's being stupid? Which standards did you use for putting such a stamp? Nika, you can never afford being stupid, according to your own standards! When you start using the society's standards, you'll be self-castrated, in other words, OLD! :mad:
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Originally Posted by shushanika
That i can no longer be carelessly recklessly and selfishly happy like i once was or could afford to be... That i no longer search for the truths or meanings or absolutes. When looking back at past i say "oh god" but at the same time feel nostalgic?

Feeling nostalgic is not bat in itself... provided you continue fighting for recovering your self-respect. After all if you don't love yourself, now, who will???

Hugs! :hug:


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