Age influences contemplationThe age of a human being impacts the person's thinking processes. Life starts from being a newborn to death after getting old. Death can be premature too, but let's keep aside such exceptions, and it's known that life goes through three stages: childhood, adulthood and old age. Each level has some sub-stages. Thus, age determines thought processes, and they are bound to differ from person to person based on age group, and contemplation is one such issue.
A growing kid never contemplates any issue until s/he reaches an age of certain maturity because they react according to their emotion and instinct. With each passing day, an individual becomes an adult and usually starts deciding through observation, a little contemplation and critical thinking. The scenario changes after some years when a person becomes old and begins depending upon others due to their lack of self-confidence. It is the age when contemplation is at its peak. Most of the aged people keep on contemplating because of their lack of involvement in day to day life due to ill health and other insecurities. Contemplation becomes a routine for them.
Thus, age makes a big difference. The little ones do not contemplate, but adults, at times, constantly think regarding a few matters. In the case of people in their old age have a favourite pastime called contemplation. The brain and body of people remain most agile as a child, and with time when one becomes aged, it becomes slow, so contemplation creeps in.
My submission for the TOW Contest 'Contemplation'