Age is but a number
Age: Overcoming Societal Norms and Pursuing Ambitions
In Ireland, societal norms often shape the way we live our lives. We follow a predictable timeline: starting school at five, choosing a career at 18, completing college in our early 20s, getting married by 30, having children in our mid-30s, dedicating ourselves to our profession until retirement at 65, and gracefully enjoying our golden years thereafter.
But life doesn't always adhere to this neat plan. For many, deciding on a lifelong career at the tender age of 18 is unrealistic. People often settle for something they're unsure of, embarking on a path that fails to provide the professional fulfillment they crave.
Eventually, they find themselves unhappy, feeling trapped and believing it's too late to turn back and start over. However, the truth is that it's never too late to pursue your ambitions.
J.K. Rowling, at the age of 28, was a struggling single parent surviving on welfare. Just two years later, she completed the first manuscript of Harry Potter, ultimately becoming one of the most gifted authors of our time.
Morgan Freeman, renowned for his unmistakable voice and critically acclaimed acting, landed his first major movie role at the age of 52.
Age and societal pressures should never serve as limiting factors. They lack the power to erect barriers that prevent the realization of our professional and personal ambitions.
As Mark Twain wisely said, "Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don't mind, it doesn't matter."
So cast off those invisible shackles and pursue your ambitions fearlessly. You alone have the authority to define your limitations.
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