“When I was young, it was more important…”

When you’re young, your adversary (to simplify) is youth itself, your youth; when you’re old, your adversary is old age.

If you say, JS, you’re wrong about my youth, it was never my adversary, I would suggest you failed to recognize the enemy. It was, but you didn’t know it. If you’re older and you say JS, you’re wrong, old age is not my adversary, then I would suggest you’re in denial–but remember, I said it was your *adversary*…I didn’t say it was the victor.

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