Response Some Day we Will all Get There
Response:Some Day we Will all Get There
The essay by RichWeissman was interesting to read as it is anchored on the years spentduring the old age. Everyone wishes to reach the old age, afteraccomplishing the key life goals such as one’s family education andinvestments. Listening to old bands or songs enable an individual toremembers the goods times experienced in the past. Songs allow one toforget challenges that accompany the old age and live an enjoyablelife. The writer focused on two renowned individuals Mark Hover andPeter Townshend, making his discussion credible. The writer’sexample by Pete indicates how people tend to be confused andunprepared while approaching the old age. In the case of Pete, hewished to die before becoming old and inactive. Nevertheless, Petewas able to witness the older generation still enjoying their life inentertainment areas. The case reminds me of my neighbor Pete whodespite his old age was able to participate in the car racecompetition. He could compete favorably with young individuals andexpressed his last years to be the best he has ever experienced.
I agree with the writer that the old age cannot limit one to have afulfilling life. The writer uses the example of Hover to make theargument appealing. Hover was able to follow his passion, whichinvolved attending rock music festivals frequently with his family.Consequently, the old age requires individuals to be optimistic andplan for their future life. One should plan on how to interact withfellow friends, explore the world by having various journeys todifferent destinations or visit entertainment areas. The old age canbe equally enjoyable as the young age.
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