I think people would live a bit longer if they didn't know how old they were. Age puts restrictions on things.

Karl Pilkington
I think people would live a bit longer if they...
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When people are told they are getting older, they are often filled with fear and worry. They fear that there is something wrong with their body or mind, that the time will never be right to start a family or that they will miss out on important opportunities that are only available to those who are older. But there is no need for this worry. Age puts restrictions on things, but does not stop us from doing what we want to do, only slowing us down.

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