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Never Forgotten Time pursues us so that we age naturally During this process we are busy living a fast life not thinking we will all get old Once a person starts to get old people dont give that person the attention or respect they deserve Its not fair how old people are treated by society Older people are seen as the useless part of society Most people believe that they dont have any good purposes in life We ignore them when they speak and dont call upon them for advice Its a shame that old people are treated in this manner If we dont give the old seniors the attention they deserve they will start thinking that they are worthless and have nothing else to live for Things should not be this way We should admire them for living so long and putting up with all the people that miss treat them Old people are almost like babies if another person doesnt take care of them they could get hurt very easily Old people are very slow because they dont want to get hurt They take their time while crossing a street or while they drive We get mad at them because they move so slow but ironically we are the ones that end up getting hurt because we are always in a hurry Once we start labeling them we stigmatize them with inadequacies when in truth they could be very productive Why does everyone think that old people are incapable of every day chores Society thinks less of them because of their age but any old person is capable of anything as long as he or she follows personal desires In the essay View from 80 by Malcolm Cowley Malcolm talks about a man name Renoir Renoir was a magnificent painter even though he suffered from arthritis Renoir did not let anything stop him from what he loved to the
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