Response to the WordPress word  prompt “Contrast”


The world commercial market is focused on the youthful between the age of 0 to thirty-five.

The majority of youth joke about their elders unaware they will do unbelievably one day be so lucky to join our ranks.

The belief of playing hard when you are young and living life to its fullest is never truly appreciated unless you live long enough to recall your youth and enjoy the second chapter of life.

Young people will never benefit from the contrast if they live hard and die young.

WordPress daily word prompt


7 responses to ““Contrast””

  1. Very true.

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  2. Ah – but wouldn’t you agree that we learn from our mistakes, dust ourselves off and ‘start all over again.’ Youth can afford to make mistakes, time wise, whereas adults have to be resourceful with their time and also have less time to correct their mistakes. Lol! 😊

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    1. Oh yes most people learn form their mistakes although some after several attempts. As a mature “seenager”

      I’m more resourseful and thoughfull in my planning to avoid those past mistakes.

      Like the old saying goes, “You don’t get to be old by being a fool.” 🙂


      1. Lol! I’m just catching up with the comments as my computer has been on the blink. All the best to you?

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        1. Oops – that was meant to be an exclamation mark, not a question mark. Lol! 😉

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        2. No problem, I have been packing & purging


  3. True…I do believe we should make wise choices because tomorrow is not guaranteed to anyone. It is okay to be daring, if we are not causing harm to ourselves or others in the process.

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