[p. 35] Possibly, also, many things he likes; and as for things one does not wish to see, even youth often encounters them. However, this other sentiment from the same Caecilius is worse:
In truth, Old Age, if you did bring no bane
But this alone, 'twould me suffice: that one,
By living long, sees much he hates to see.From Caecilius's comedy, Plocium.
But saddest bane of age, I think, is this:
That old men feel their years a bore to youth.From the play called Ephesio.