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What Sunflowers Have To Teach Us About Aging Into Success

Claude Monet, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Sunflowers chase the sun, the object of their desire.

When they are young, their heads rotate to soak up as much warmth and light as possible. But as they get older, their stems become too rigid to move and track the sun.

Inflexibility comes with age and maturity.

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