120 Quotes About Aging

There is a lot of negativity about aging, but let these quotes about aging inspire and encourage you to see the benefits with each year passing. Aging can be a positive aspect of life. Be inspired by the words!


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  1. It doesn't matter that your friends are aging, it only matters that they remain your friends. Victoria L. Adenson
    Poems On Aging



  2. As people age there is usually a greater appreciation for life; a gratitude for the simple joys and experiences.



  3. Aging doesn't mean you are closer to the end; it means closer to eternal life if you believe in Jesus. Byron Pulsifer
    This quote encourages the Christian belief that as one grows older, one can be closer to the idea of eternal life, especially if they have faith in Jesus. In essence, it emphasizes the spiritual and hopeful aspect of aging, seeing it as a progression towards a more profound and everlasting existence through faith in Jesus Christ and the belief that heaven does exist.



  4. Aging is an extraordinary process where you become the person you always should have been.
  5. "Aging is an extraordinary process where you become the person you always should have been." David Bowie



  6. Old age isn't so bad when you consider the alternative.
    Maurice Chevalier
    Birthday Poems



  7. Your birthday at sixty today, oh what a delight, but bedtime's now earlier, try as you might. Catherine Pulsifer, Pajamas And Slippers
    Funny 60th Birthday Poems



  8. A truly great book should be read in youth, again in maturity and once more in old age, as a fine building should be seen by morning light, at noon and by moonlight. Robertson Davies



  9. All friendships go through an aging process just like a garden goes through all the seasons.
  10. All friendships go through an aging process just like a garden goes through all the seasons. Mary S. Scotsburn



  11. While the words may seem funny, aging can truly be sunny - live each day and let aging have its way -enjoy your life and keep smilin' the years will pass by that is for certain! Catherine Pulsifer, The Years Go By
    This quote suggests that although the concept of getting older might appear amusing, one can have a bright and cheerful experience in their later years. The key message is to embrace each day, allow the natural process of aging to happen, enjoy life, and continue to smile, knowing that the years will pass by, inevitably.



  12. In the twilight of life, where time gently drifts, graceful senior aging is not just chance or shifts, Catherine Pulsifer, Senior Aging
    Senior Poems



  13. Be glad of the years gone by, don't let this age make you sigh.
    Catherine Pulisfer, Years Gone By
    Birthday Poems for Sister



  14. With age, comes maturity refined, now at 40, your wisdom's defined. Catherine Pulsifer, With Age
    40th Birthday Poems



  15. But who cares about wrinkles and gray as long as we can still get out and play. Catherine Pulsifer, Wrinkles and Gray



  16. Remember heaven's above you, - and you will find, through age and youth, true joys and hearts to love you Priscilla Leonard, Forget - Remember



  17. Another year has passed you by, but look up to the sky. . . another year is good, that's so true. Catherine Pulsifer
    Birthday Blessings



  18.   Aging brings with it a feeling of thankfulness and appreciation for every blessing  we have.
  19. Aging brings with it a feeling of thankfulness and appreciation for every blessing we have. Catherine Pulsifer



  20. Life's an adventure, at no age are you done, always look forward to what is to come. Catherine Pulsifer, An Adventure
    As with every adventure in life, we can have a positive attitude towards it or a negative attitude! No matter what age you are you can find the good in it and look forward to the coming year.



  21. Through pain's embrace and shadows old-age brings, my grandchildren are the bright rays their love sings. Catherine Pulsifer, Blessings Of Grandchildren



  22. Celebrate fifty, embrace this thrill, hot flashes mean you've no heating bill. Catherine Pulsifer, No Heating Bill At 50
    Funny 50th Birthday Poems



  23. Your mother sits at home today grown wrinkled with the years, yet once she smoothed life's troubled way, and calmed your boyish fears. David V. Bush, Go Show Your Gratitude



  24. Don't let them tell you you're over the hill. Age is just a number, you're young still.
    Catherine Pulsifer, Over The Hill
    Birthday Poems for Dad



  25. As we age I realize how special you are to me. Aging has made our love grows stronger each and every day. Catherine Pulsifer



  26. Regardless of age, you are still young at heart as long as you exclaim: "Wow" instead of "What's the use!" . . . William Arthur Ward, Age And How You See Things
    This quote emphasizes the importance of maintaining a youthful and optimistic outlook on life, regardless of one's age. It suggests that as long as you continue to express wonder and enthusiasm with phrases like "Wow," you will stay young at heart. On the other hand, if you adopt a more pessimistic attitude with phrases like "What's the use," it can make you feel older and less spirited. In essence, the quote encourages a positive and curious mindset to keep the youthful spirit alive, regardless of how many years have passed.



  27. As years slip by, more thoughtful do we grow when unto those we love, farewell is said Maria Frink, Years Slip By



  28. Uncertainty as to life is not peculiar to old age. Sir Thomas Bernard
    Funny Birthday Poems About Old Age



  29.   An old face, laughter-wrinkled, is the sweetest thing on earth.
  30. An old face, laughter-wrinkled, is the sweetest thing on earth. Unknown, Let It In



  31. The weight of knowledge, heavy on my shoulders, each day a step closer to growing older. Catherine Pulsifer, Each Birthday
    Grown-Up Poem



  32. You know you’ve reached middle age when you’re cautioned to slow down by your doctor, instead of by the police. Joan Rivers
    Funny Poems
    This quote humorously points out that a sign of reaching middle age is when your doctor advises you to take it easy, rather than being warned by the police for reckless behavior. It plays on the idea that as people get older, their focus shifts from youthful adventures to health and well-being, and their "need for speed" is replaced by medical advice to slow down and take care of themselves.



  33. Age is just a number no matter what they say... years have come and gone it's the start of a brand new day. Catherine Pulsifer, Age Is Just A Number
    70th Birthday Poems



  34.   What is age but a number?
  35. What is age but a number?



  36. The older I get, the more I realize that age is just a number, and it's really how you feel inside that matters. Jennifer Lopez
    75th Birthday Poems



  37. Your antics keep us all laughing with glee - your age is just a number, ages three to ninety-three Catherine Pulsifer, Count Your Blessings Grandpa
    Birthday Poems For Grandpa



  38. The years ahead are ours to win and cherish. We cannot let anything, least of all our age, stand in our way! Tina Sloan



  39. I'm bored. I feel like a Corvette being used as a grocery cart.
    Carol Siegler, 85 year old



  40. Ah, sad-eyed weaver, the years are slow, but each one is nearer the end, I know: some day the last thread shall be woven in, - God grant it be love instead of sin! Eben E. Rexford, The Loom Of Life



  41. Life is a funny thing, no one is immune to age. Our youthful exuberance slowly turns to sage Catherine Pulsifer, No One Immune To Age
    Funny Poems About Life



  42. Be thankful for the years you have had - don't let your age make you feel sad. Catherine Pulsifer, Think About This
    Roses Are Red Birthday Poems



  43. You may be getting older and a bit wiser too, but I know your age, but don't let that get you blue. Catherine Pulsifer, Have A Happy Birthday
    Birthday Poems for Friend



  44. When I no longer thrill to the first snow of the season, I'll know I'm growing old.
  45. When I no longer thrill to the first snow of the season, I'll know I'm growing old. Lady Bird Johnson



  46. ... the years are passing by and our age seems to multiply but our love for you will always be so strong for you to see Catherine Pulsifer, Always There



  47. We're growing old, but time hath brought no sign, dear, that hearts grow cold. Gerald Massey, Oh, Lay Thy Hand In Mine, Dear



  48. Age matters not you see, thoughts determine how happy you'll be.
    Catherine Pulsifer, The Decades to 60
    60th Birthday Poems



  49. Your wisdom and kindness show age has no clutch. So when I look at you my heart just grows anew. Catherine Pulsifer, You Inspire
    Birthday Poems for Grandma



  50. Age has quietly crept up upon you, wrapping you in its gentle embrace, whispering secrets only time can know Catherine Pulsifer, Age Has Set You Free
    55th Birthday Poems



  51. When we are younger we all can't wait until we get older. And then as we age we all wonder where the time went. We realize how fast time goes by. Catherine Pulsifer
    Funny Quotes About Getting Older



  52.   Don't let your age get to you otherwise, you'll just be blue
  53. Don't let your age get to you otherwise, you'll just be blue Sam Fickinsen, Fabulous At 40
    Funny 40th Birthday Poems



  54. Once upon a time, we were young and so fair, now the passing years more wrinkles and gray hair Catherine Pulsifer, Once Upon A Time
    Happy Birthday Poems To My Love



  55. To keep the heart unwrinkled, to be hopeful, kindly, cheerful, reverent - that is to triumph over old age. Thomas Bailey Aldrich



  56. The years tick by one by one. We have had our challenges and our fun. B. R. Puslifer, The Years Tick By
    Birthday Poems For Her



  57. So as we see the wrinkles and gray together we will always stay. Catherine Pulsifer, Birthdays Past
    Birthday Love Poems



  58. Your age truly matters not what matters is your thoughts Catherine Pulsifer, Once A Year
    Famous Birthday Poems



  59. Does your age make you feel you're a burden to man? Remember beloved, you're part of God's plan. Greta Zwaan, Age Is Beauty
    Religious Birthday Poems



  60. Don't worry about your age - life carries time and passage - be happy, not sad or blue
  61. Don't worry about your age - life carries time and passage - be happy, not sad or blue
    Birthday Poems For Mom



  62. It doesn't matter what your age, to me, you will always be young. Together in life, we turn the page as another birthday has sprung. Catherine Pulsifer, Age Doesn't Matter
    Birthday Poems for Husband



  63. To have and to hold until you grow old...have special meaning in every way. Catherine Pulsifer, To Have And To Hold



  64. Age is irrelevant. Ask me how many sunsets I’ve seen, hearts I’ve loved, trips I’ve taken, or concerts I’ve been to. That’s how old I am. Joëlle
    Funny 30th Birthday Poems
    This quote conveys the idea that age, as traditionally measured in years, is not a significant or relevant indicator of a person's life experience or the richness of their existence. Instead of defining oneself by the number of years they have lived, the quote suggests that a more meaningful way to understand a person's age is by considering the depth and variety of their life experiences. It encourages valuing the number of sunsets witnessed, hearts loved, trips taken, and concerts attended as a more meaningful reflection of one's age and the fullness of their life. In essence, it promotes a perspective that prioritizes the quality of life over the quantity of years.



  65. My heart has grown rich with the passing of years, I have less need now than when I was young Sara Teasdale, The Solitary



  66. Grandchildren don’t stay young forever, which is good because grandfathers only have so many horsy rides in them.
  67. Grandchildren don’t stay young forever, which is good because grandfathers only have so many horsy rides in them. Gene Perret



  68. But I'm sure you’ll age just like old cheese. Wait, old cheese does not age very well, I meant you’ll age like old wine. Julie Hebert, Another Year Older
    Birthday Poems to My Son



  69. Our hair may be silver and gold but with our grandchildren around we don't feel old. Catherine Pulsifer



  70. We can't stop the aging process so we might as well laugh and celebrate! For those who take their age seriously, they need to lighten up and live life and forget about their age  Catherine Pulsifer
    Funny Birthday Poems



  71. "From my perspective, there's no reason to be afraid of aging, because if you age, you're lucky! The alternative is death." Drew Barrymore
    Mid Life Quotes



  72. The aging process has you firmly in its grasp if you never get the urge to throw a snowball.
  73. The aging process has you firmly in its grasp if you never get the urge to throw a snowball. Doug Larson
    65th Birthday Poems



  74. Life was about taking chances. Going for what you wanted so that you didn't get old and have pages of regrets. Mariana Zapata



  75. My dear Mother's growing old: her face is lined with care. But each line represents some trouble or burden she's helped to Bessie M. Brummett, Growing Old



  76. Each age has deemed the new-born year the fittest time for festal cheer. Sir Walter Scott



  77. Being an age older than you, I must give you a little advice. Growing older is not just getting wiser, it's all in the roll of the dice. Julie Hebert, Aging Advice
    Birthday Poem For Friend



  78. We never stop learning no matter our age. Catherine Pulsifer, No Matter Your Age



  79. So getting old is not so bad with you at my side makes me glad. Catherine Pulsifer, Getting Old
    I Wanna Grow Old With You Poems



  80. Nay, don't forget the old folks, boys -they've not forgotten you; though years have passed since you were home, the old hearts still are true Will T. Hale, Don't Forget The Old Folks



  81. Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don't mind, it doesn't matter. Mark Twain
    Senior Quotes
    This famous quote by Mark Twain is one that brings a smile, however, it also holds much wisdom as it relates to our attitude towards aging!



  82. To a father growing old, nothing is dearer than a daughter. Euripides



  83. Don't just count your years, make your years count
  84. "Don't just count your years, make your years count."  George Meredith



  85. "Aging is not just decay, you know. It's growth. It's more than the negative that you're going to die, it's also the positive that you understand you're going to die, and that you live a better life because of it." Mitch Albom, Tuesdays with Morrie
    Growing Old Poems



  86. If you're active, energetic, and still engaged in life's wonders, then you naturally project a more youthful aura Lorraine Massey, Silver Hair



  87. ...like the rose bush with its flagrant flowers old age comes on and we are laid to rest. Howard Carleton Tripp, A Lesson From The Rose Bush



  88. We, too, must grow old...but lovelier and brighter our lives may grow, like leaves before they die.
  89. We, too, must grow old...but lovelier and brighter our lives may grow, like leaves before they die. Unknown, The Lessons Of The Leaves



  90. Age wrinkles the body; quitting wrinkles the soul. Douglas MacArthur
    This quote suggests that while age naturally brings physical changes to the body, such as wrinkles, these changes are superficial and relatively unimportant compared to the impact of giving up or quitting in life. It encourages individuals to stay engaged in life and not let their inner spirit be marked by the consequences of quitting or giving up.



  91. I love old mothers - mothers with white hair, And kindly eyes, and lips grown softly sweet With murmured blessings over sleeping babes. Charles Ross



  92. No matter how the years go by, no matter how the birthdays fly, you are not old Edward Tuck, Age
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  93. With age, comes wisdom. With travel, comes understanding Sandra Lake



  94. But in life, we all have to grow, with age, wisdom does show! Catherine Pulsifer, Remember The Days



  95. How old would you be if you didn't know how old you was?
  96. "How old would you be if you didn't know how old you was?" Satchel Paige
    Middle Age Poems



  97. I must give you a little advice. Growing older is not just getting wiser, its all in the roll of the dice. Julie Hebert, Aging Advice
    Birthday Poems For A Friend



  98. Laughter echoed down the lane, at your age, it's all fair game. Growing older with grace and cheer Catherine Pulsifer, Forget Your Pants
    Funny 65th Birthday Poems



  99. My gray hairs press the pillow, holding all the world aloof, dreaming sweetly as I listen to the rain upon the roof. Mrs. F. B. Gage, The Rain Upon The Roof



  100. Stress, anxiety, tension, worry affect every age group, from teenagers to the elderly. Each stage of life brings different forms of stress, but stress is felt by all. Catherine Pulsifer



  101. Brow may wrinkle, hair grow gray, friendship never knows decay. Joseph Parry



  102. Let us never know what old age is. Let us know the happiness time brings, not count the years. Ausonius
    This quote suggests that it's better not to dwell on the negative aspects of old age or focus on counting the years that have passed. Instead, it encourages embracing the happiness and experiences that time brings throughout one's life. The quote promotes a positive outlook, emphasizing the value of cherishing the moments, lessons, and joys that come with each passing year, rather than fixating on the limitations or challenges that old age might bring. It's a call to appreciate the present and live in the moment, finding contentment and joy in the journey of life, regardless of age.



  103. And may their declining years be warmed by the sunshine of love and care that will banish all pain and tears. C. C. Hassler, Veterans



  104. To me, old age is always fifteen years older than I am.
  105. To me, old age is always fifteen years older than I am. Bernard Baruch
    Funny Birthday Poem About Old Age
    This quote humorously highlights the perception of old age as something that is constantly distant and "fifteen years older" than the current age of the person saying it. As we age, what we think about when old age happens, also changes. It reflects the idea that one's perspective on age is often influenced by their current stage in life.



  106. Do not sigh for the years gone by, but, rather thank our Heavenly Father...has spared and watched o'er thee
    Lillian E. Curtis



  107. Oh, little boy, my wish is not always to keep you four years old. Each night I stand beside your cot and think of what the years may hold
    Edgar A. Guest, The Finest Age



  108. You are too old to try again? Use a little grit! Ne’er too old to battle when you use a little grit. David V. Bush, Use A Little Grit



  109. We shall grow old and weak, with feeble steps, but closer every day, our clasping hands Unknown



  110. Aging is not lost youth, but a new stage of opportunity and strength.
  111. Aging is not lost youth, but a new stage of opportunity and strength. Betty Friedan
    This quote suggests that aging should not be seen as the loss of one's youthful years or abilities. Instead, it encourages a more positive perspective by highlighting aging as a new and valuable stage in life. It implies that with age comes the opportunity to gain new experiences, wisdom, and strength. It promotes a mindset that values the continued growth and development that can occur throughout one's life, emphasizing the strengths and opportunities that come with age.



  112. Tis nature's plan The child should grow into the man, The man grow wrinkled, old, and gray; In youth the heart exults and sings
    Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, The Song Of The Potter



  113. My regrets to the man who has reached middle life. and who ceases to dream or to plan for the strife
    David V. Bush



  114. Pеrѕоnаl grоwth is imроrtаnt in аll оf life’s stages. Yоu nееd to kеер growing tо deal еffесtivеlу with others. James Stafford
    Quotes About Growth



  115. Birthdays are good for you. Statistics show that the people who have the most live the longest. Rev. Larry Lorenzoni
    Birthday Quotes



  116. Old age is like a plane flying through a storm. Once you're aboard, there's nothing you can do.
  117. Old age is like a plane flying through a storm. Once you're aboard, there's nothing you can do. Golda Meir
    Funny Poems About Aging
    This quote likens old age to a plane navigating through a storm, emphasizing the inevitability and lack of control once you're in that stage of life. It conveys the idea that, similar to being on a plane in turbulent weather, aging is a journey with challenges that are beyond one's ability to change or avoid.



  118. Old age comes on suddenly, and not gradually as is thought. Emily Dickinson



  119. Remember that age is not the issue it is just a number that shows the years Catherine Pulsifer, Getting Old?



  120. We're sorry your aging is so humorous, we'll all eventually be turning this age too,
    But the funny thing is when we get to this age,  we'll still be younger than you! Julie Hebert, You're Older Than We
    Funny Birthday Poems For Friends



  121. Forty is the old age of youth, fifty is the youth of old age.
  122. Forty is the old age of youth, fifty is the youth of old age.   Hosea Ballou
    This quote suggests that in the perspective of aging, turning forty is considered the beginning of old age for the youth, while turning fifty is seen as the youthful phase of old age. It captures the transitional nature of these age milestones, highlighting the shifting perceptions of youth and old age.



  123. This funny thing called life has a way of pushing us along on our journeys, and many of us believe we won’t get as old as our grandparents. Renee Kristi, Book of Unsent Messages



  124. Age does not protect you from love, but love to some extent protects you from age. Jeanne Moreau



  125. So what if you’re getting older? We all are and that's just how it is. Embrace all the changes that come age Julie Hebert, Celebrate
    Birthday Celebration Poems



  126. Aging can be very nasty, so glad you are the one keeping score.
    Try not to think about getting older, think of it as becoming wise. Julie Hebert, Do Not Be Stressed
    50th Birthday Poems



  127. For the unlearned, old age is winter;  for the learned, it is the season of the harvest.
  128. For the unlearned, old age is winter;  for the learned, it is the season of the harvest. Hasidic Proverb



  129. No fear! says the funny 55-year old sage, arm hairs show wisdom of a certain age. Don’t complain, it ain’t so dire Catherine Pulsifer, Wisdom Declared
    Funny 55th Birthday Poems



  130. The lessons you’ve learned in your travel on earth, to those who are younger, now share of your worth. Greta Zwaan, To Our Seniors



  131. May you live to be a hundred years, with one extra year to repent.
    Irish Blessings



  132. Old Age...babes innocence, youths wildness I have seen, and in perplexed middle Age have been: Sickness, dangers, and anxieties have past, and on this stage am come to act my last. Anne Bradstreet
    The Four Ages Of Man



  133. I can't believe the age you are - you are older than my first car! Catherine Pulsifer, My Brothers Age
    Happy Birthday To My Brother



  134. For time is short, the years rush past.
  135. For time is short, the years rush past. Unknown



  136. Aging gives you an accumulation of knowledge and life experience resulting in wisdom.



  137. Life isn't about your age. Life is about living. Catherine Pulsifer
    To paraphrase this quote: The essence of life isn't determined by how old you are; it's defined by how fully you embrace and experience it.



  138. If you ask what is the single most important key to longevity, I would have to say it is avoiding worry, stress and tension. George F. Burns
    This quote emphasizes that, in the opinion of the speaker, the most crucial factor for a long and healthy life is steering clear of worry, stress, and tension. It underscores the belief that managing and minimizing these negative emotional states is vital for promoting longevity and overall well-being.



  139. There are no days like the good old days, - The days when we were youthful!
    Eugene Field, Old Times, Old Friends, Old Love

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