Life is tough. It takes up much of your time, all your weekends, and what do you get in the end of it? I think that the life cycle is backward. You should die first, get that out of the way. Then you live twenty years in an old-age home. You get kicked out when you’re too young. You get a gold watch, you to work. You work forty years until you are young enough to enjoy your retirement. You go to college; you party until you’re ready for high school; you go to grade school; yo become a little kid; you play. You have no responsibilities. You become a little baby; you go back into the womb; you spend your last nine months floating; and you finish up as a gleam in somebody’s eye.
Michael Yaconelli, Dangerous Wonder, Pg 63