Is there really a point to life after 30?

Let’s see: before the age of 30, you’re subjected to terrible peer pressure and the need to fit in (which you will lose more and more as you age, thankfully).



It’s possible that you won’t have children until you’re 30. Having children is pure magic; additionally, when they reach the age of 30, they will leave the nest, ushering in a new chapter of freedom and possibilities in your life, much like a second wind.

Before the age of 30, you have to go to school for at least two decades. You’ll reap the benefits once you’ve reached the age of 30!

Any love you have before the age of 30 is brand new. It’s mature, rich, and deep after 30. Your life is inextricably linked to that of your lover.

Before the age of 30, you may be quite clever, but you lack a wealth of experience that leads to wisdom.

30 minutes before The average individual spends a lot of time thinking about themselves. After the age of 30, you begin to consider and care about others as well… Your loved ones, your neighborhood, the poor, future generations, the entire world….

You’re usually broke or in financial trouble before you are 30. Finally, when you reach the age of 30, you will have a financial excess. Finally!!!

I find life beyond 30 to be far more fulfilling than life before 30.

After 30 years, I’ve cycled across the nation, swum with sharks, skydived, and fallen profoundly in love. I’m raising wonderful kids. I have a job that allows me to take a lot of vacation time and pays well. I could go on, but I’ve got a lot of (pleasant) things to do right now.

31 is a great number. It’s the beginning of incredible possibilities.

The number 30 was invented by humans.

This Universe has bestowed upon us the gift of life. A lovely excursion that most people never get to experience.

Life’s chances are minuscule, and simply being born is the most difficult and bizarre race and competition you will ever compete in.

You’ve won, and you’ve arrived!




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