Woody Allen says "Enjoy yourself, it's later than you think" (again) in a very readable little interview with the New York Times.
Photo by Suzanne DeChillo/The New York Times
Q: How do you feel about the aging process? A: Well, I’m against it. [laughs] I think it has
nothing to recommend it. You don’t gain any wisdom as the years go by.
You fall apart, is what happens. People try and put a nice varnish on
it, and say, well, you mellow. You come to understand life and accept
things. But you’d trade all of that for being 35 again.