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The Futility Of Trying To Be Timeless

The minute it's captured, it's dated

The minute it’s captured, it’s dated

Have you ever looked over old pictures of your parents or grandparents and, noting the month and year that was once commonly stamped on the bottom, calculated they were younger there than you are now?

It doesn’t matter how old they really were. To you, they always looked older.

Part of this, I imagine, is vanity. We’d like to believe that we look better for our age than our grandparents and parents ever did. 

[Click the picture to read the rest of this really truly amazing article, okay?]

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