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We're Not Getting Any Younger

Our culture loves youth and fears age. Here’s what faith has to say. As I approached my 30th birthday, my cousin assured me, “You’ll be fine.” My dad said, “You’re not even in the game yet!” My friend said, “It’s actually kind of nice.” I didn’t believe any of them. Hitting my third decade was definitely going to make me feel old. I’m hardly alone in feeling stigmatized.
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