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Though I never arrived at the perfection I had been so ambitious of obtaining,but fell far short of it, yet I was ,by the endeavor,a better and a happier man than I otherwise should have been if I had not attempted it.

--------BENJAMIN FRANKLIN

ȻδﵽεԶΪ㣬һΪŬ̶ĸã֡йξͲЩջ

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ON AGING

ϻ

By my rambling digressions I perceive myself to be grown old .

߶ij̶֪ҵȷˡ

All would live long,but none would be old.

˶γ,ȴûԸϡ

At twenty years of age the will reigns;at thirty the wit ;at forty the judgment.

ʮ־ʮǣʮжϡ

Hot things,sharp things ,sweet things ,cold things.All rot the teeth ,and make them look like old things.

ʳʳʳʳкݣϻʴ

Wish not so much to live long as to live well .

λϣλúá

Many foxes grow grey ,but few grow good.

ëƤɻңȴá

An old young man will be a young old man.

ʱıԶǣ⡣

Old boys have their playghings as well as young ones;the difference is only in the price.

кСкһߣֻǼ۸ͬˡ

The older I grow ,the more apt I am to doubt my own judgment,and to pay more respect to the judgment of others.

ԽԽԼжϣԽر˵ж

Youth is perr and positive ,Age modest and doubting:So ears of corn when young and light ,stand bolt upright , but hang their heads when weighty ,full ,and ripe.

˼˽;֮ʱֱͦʵ֮ͷ

In every animal that walks upright the deficiency of the fluids that fill the muscles appears first in the highest part .The face first grows lank and wrinkled ;then the neck ;then the breast and arms ;the lower parts continuing to the last as plump as ever.

ֱߵĶϣʵҺȴ϶ʧҳ;Ǿ;Ȼز˫;°벿һֱάַԲʵ̬

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