Top Retirement Quotes
(n.) The act of retiring, or the state of being retired; withdrawal; seclusion; as, the retirement of an officer.
(n.) A place of seclusion or privacy; a place to which one withdraws or retreats; a private abode.
Life is a process during which one initially gets less and less dependent, independent, and then more and more dependent.
With regard to things such as independence, mental capabilities, and sexuality, a very old man is nothing but a gigantic infant with white hair and wrinkles.
Rich people do not work for money, they devote themselves to the work they love and do not wait for a well-deserved rest or retirement, but keep working passionately until the end of their lives
Some social ills are preserved by the common misbelief that things such as ignorance, greed, and stupidity do not have the stamina required to reach old age.
Preparation for old age should begin not later than one's teens. A life which is empty of purpose until 65 will not suddenly become filled on retirement.
Dwight L. Moody
The chief role of the universities is to prolong adolescence into middle age, at which point early retirement ensures that we lack the means or the will to enforce significant change.
J. G. Ballard
Is not that government both unjust and ungrateful, that is so prodigal of it's favors to those called gentlemen, or goldsmiths, or such others who are idle, or live either by flattery or by contriving...
(The subjects of What Should I Do With The Rest Of My Life) "have convinced me that past failing can as easily prove preparatory as predictive. Age does not of itself limit on enable us. The choice is...
Old Age homes are civilization's dumpsites for human beings who it cannot exploit further.
P. 274 ...his trademark decision to surrender power as commander in chief and then president, was not...a sign that he had conquered his ambitions, but rather that he fully realized that all ambitions...
Joseph J. Ellis