The other side of the coin

A friend, Ken, wrote me a kind email. He got me thinking. We all have perspectives. Is your perspective right? I am in my 40’s. I know more now than I did in my 30’s or 20’s. I thought I was so smart when I was 15. Interesting.

In life, we might only see one side of the coin. ?? Are people in their 40’s , 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and so on smarter than me? Is it age or looking on the other side of the coin? Sometimes the other side of the coin is dirty. Sometimes it is unpleasant. Does that make us grow stronger and better looking at the other side of the coin?

I said to my friend I’ve walked in different worlds and had different experiences. Did that make me stronger and not my years? Think about it.

What is on the other side of the coin????

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2 Responses to The other side of the coin

  1. Ken Jones says:

    Kim,

    I prefer a “two-headed” coin. That way, regardless of how it falls, it is always looking up
    🙂

    Ken

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