Age Is No Barrier

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AGE IS NO BARRIER Age is no barrier to the things we do. Ageing is an inevitable part of life. When we grow old, noticeable changes take place in our appearance and the way we function. However, just because we look old, it doesn’t mean we have to be old. Burt Munro had a dream. His dream was to set a world land speed and he wanted to see how fast his beloved motorbike would go. He had had this passion from the time he was an adolescent. This was about going to the limit, he was prepared to do anything to fulfill that dream, no matter how big the obstacles were. Once you take a step forward the world takes 1,000 steps towards you and helps you to achieve your dream. Burt was open to his life and its countless possibilities, he was prepared for anything. When he told his friends that he was going to America to attempt to break the world land speed record. People thought he was crazy. However, Burt didn’t give up. He followed his dream, his ambition. And achieved his goal. Yuichiro Miura is currently the oldest person to reach the summit of Mount Everest. He had always kept visualising himself on the top of the world – and soon it was a reality. He reached the summit on May 22, 2003, at age 70 years and 222 days. He also became the first person to ski on Mount Everest. He promised to himself that he would one day be on top of the world. During the past few years. He has skied down the World's Seven Summits, and at the age of 70, he was finally able to stand on the summit of the world. This proves that age is nothing. Former President George H.W. Bush celebrated his 80th birthday by parachuting twice onto the grounds of his presidential library. This proves that at 80 years old, you need to realize that you’ve still got a life. Bush said "I like the speed and I like the thrill of it”. This should set an example for all the older people out there. Just because
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