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If you were 80 years old, what would you tell your children? You might be asked this question in a job interview. 
Feb 18, 2018 9:11 AM
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If I were 80 years old, I would say to my children to make my funeral simple and not to waste their money on a dead body. 

If I were 80 years old, I would say to my 55-year-old daughter that if she wanted to get divorced from her husband, "Go for it, you have another 25 years, a quarter of a century ahead of you. Live your life."

Honestly, my daughter and her husband get along well. I hope this will not happen. 

February 18, 2018
I would tell them that I'm thankful for everything I've got my entire life.All I've done was made for a purpose,and that purpose will be found by my children.That's all that I would tell them.
February 18, 2018
Just be yourself. Though try to learn something 50 years old children is useless business:)
February 18, 2018
My mother is exactly 80 years old now. She always worries if she gets  Alzheimer's Disease. She doesn't care about her 55-year-old daughter, me. haha!
February 18, 2018
I'm 23 and still haven't had a child. I take care of my nieces every now and then. If I were to give an advice to my children, that is to never ever decide when you are mad or angry over a person or a situation. To always think twice or even thrice before you say a word. I am easily angered and I made a lot of bad decisions because I can't control it. Well now I learned my lesson, but it's a bit late.
February 18, 2018
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