People who say, “I’m too old to learn” are announcing to the world that they have been alive too long to be intelligent, independent, reasoning human beings.
Should you find yourself thinking, “I’m too old to learn something new,” stop and take your pulse. If you still have one, you can (and should) be learning something new. Follow your passions and forget your years.
Know that your creative spirit is boundless.
“I don’t have a creative bone in my body” is one of the saddest statements any human being can make. It simply isn’t true. Holding onto this mistaken belief keeps you blind to your potential.
All young children are riddled with creativity, and you were no exception. Imagination, curiosity, and a sense of wonder were constant companions. You may have allowed these qualities to recede, but they have not left you. Rekindle them now and watch your creative spirit catch fire.
People who complain, “I don’t have a creative bone in my body” or "I'm too old to learn something new" are functional atheists, no matter how religious they claim to be.
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Bruce Garrabrandt & Jeff White