Best 164 of Getting older quotes - MyQuotes
As I started getting older, I realized, 'I'm so happy!' I didn't expect this! I wasn't happy when I was young.
I've never had to deal with ageism - so far - in my career; I have been able to navigate my career and getting older and the roles and opportunities that have come to me.
You know you're getting older when your haters now want to kill you.
I suppose playing an older man is a way of preparing myself for getting older.
In getting older, I find myself becoming progressively more ineffectual in a lot of different ways, and part of that is down to no longer having the youthful feeling that what you're doing has any true impact.
Never complain of getting older, it's privilege and opportunity. comparing ourselves with those 'God love more' who end their life early; i can see life and the ability of age as an tremendous gift from God. When i see my 'almost to 70 years old' parents make me think, if I 70 look like and act like them i am not worried about getting older (which i never) because they has set of pleasant example of life at that age. (Ejump,2016)
She is seventy, and she believes you try new things or you may as well die.
I wanted to take on a little bit more of a leadership role. I'm getting older and things are coming to me more and I have to take responsibility for that.
Do I know my lines? As I'm getting older, they're getting harder to learn. The old brain cells are deteriorating.
We are getting older, and we are getting wiser, and we are getting freer. And when you get the wisdom and the truth, then you get the freedom and you get power, and then look out. Look out.
I don't want to put a pause on the rest of my life; I'm really enjoying getting older and the wisdom that comes from that.
Getting older and having kids, you learn how to become less serious about it all.
As I'm getting older, I want to make sure every film I do really counts.
The older we get, the fewer things seem worth waiting in line for.
The older I get the less I listen to what people say and the more I look at what they do.
Getting older is an adventure, not a problem.
Getting older is a question of coming to terms with the fact that you’ll never know the secrets; and the resulting equilibrium is what gives the illusion of actually knowing them.
I guess I don't think about age too much. I've always felt older than I really am anyway. I'm not dreading getting older. I don't miss the anxiety of being younger and not knowing what you want or where you’re going.
There's another part of getting older that's just wonderful. Which is you see the way the stories turn out with peoples' lives.
As I'm getting older, I'm moving away from calculations and measurement. I'm trying to be more open to vulnerability and mistakes.
I see that the greatest thing about getting older is how your judgment changes and how you come to understand the cycles of life. And you keep having these amazing flashes of understanding.
Old age is the most unexpected of all things that happen to a man.
There is no advantage getting older. You don't get smarter, you don't get wiser, you don't get more mellow, you don't get more kindly, nothing good happens. Your back hurts more, you get more indigestion, your eyesight isn't as good, you need a hearing aid. It's a bad business getting old and I would advise you not to do it if you can avoid it. It doesn't have a romantic quality.
[Getting older is] experience but it's also changing your mindset.
As a musician, life is not over just because you are getting older, and so I find retirement a very frightening and dark thought.
You can hide things from the world, but you can never hide things from time.
The great thing about getting older is that you become more mellow. Things aren't as black and white, and you become much more tolerant. You can see the good in things much more easily rather than getting enraged as you used to do when you were young.
We are very lucky to be men because women have a terrible time getting older parts. It's much more difficult.
There is a very great difference between older and old, the former being desirable and the latter being inevitable.
I think you have to make concessions in life. One of the most frustrating things about getting older is [you realize] the reason you have a plan is so you can see everything that it isn't. The plan never works. Something happens and you adjust to it and you adapt to it and you accept it and you keep going, but that's not the plan.
If you're not getting older, you're dead.
I don't understand people getting depressed about getting older. There is nothing you can do about it, so you might as well embrace it.
Is my growing old making me any closer to Christ? Am I only getting older or am I getting more godly?
Most famous people get younger and younger. I sometimes ask myself that question: 'How come I'm the only person who's getting older?'
The older I get, the better I was.
My friends are Peter Gabriel, Bruce Springsteen, and we're singing about mortality, getting older. It's an interesting time.
In the fifties... when they had their summer parties - there were always different colored lanterns on the lawn... and I get the funniest chill. In the end the bright colors always go out of life, have you noticed that? In the end, things always look gray, like a dress that's been washed too many times.
I got my career started late so, even though I'm getting older, I don't have as much wear and tear on my arm. I feel good. I really do.
Billie Joe Armstrong
It's not necessarily getting older or the change that comes with it, I think it's more about the memories that you have. Where you can look at your life in these eras.
The great thing about getting older is living life.
I know I'm getting older because yesterday I called the police on my neighbors.
I can honestly say I love getting older. Then again, I never put my glasses on before looking in the mirror.
I'm not afraid to play my age. I never was. I've never been an ingenue. I like getting older.
My skin may have wrinkles but it's because I'm smiling so much. That might sound like some terrible American greetings card, but I feel it's immoral for me to castigate my body for getting older, when it does everything I ask of it.
It seems to me that the years between eighteen and twenty-eight are the hardest, psychologically. It’s then you realize this is make or break, you no longer have the excuse of youth, and it is time to become an adult – but you are not ready.
The older I get, the better I used to be.
You know you're getting older when they're making TV shows, sequels or plays for things that you did. It's very flattering and very humbling, indeed.
Jonathan Safran Foer
The way that I feel about my Jewish identity has been really radically changed by events in life. Like, becoming a writer is one. Having children is another. And getting older and watching, you know, my parents and grandparents get older has been another, the seasons of - being witness to the seasons of life and wanting to have some kind of infrastructure to deal with it, to cope with them. Ritual has become more important to me as I've gotten older. It's not always religious ritual, but it often borrows from Judaism.
When I started in the business, years ago, people would always say, "You better get as much work as you can now because, once you get over 40, it's over." I don't see that with TV. Maybe it's because I am getting older, but the kinds of roles I'm drawn to are more mature roles.
Why is it that private insurance companies are not in trouble because people are getting older? Aren't they subject to the same demographics? The difference is that they've accumulated a fund, not a pay-in, pay-out system.