He who would pass his declining years with honor... Quote by Joseph Addison

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He who would pass his declining years with honor and comfort, should, when young, consider that he may one day become old, and remember when he is old, that he has once been young

About Joseph Addison

Nationality: English
Profession: Writer
Born: 01-May-1672
Died: 17-Jun-1719

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