What your ability to spot the dragonfly in this image says about your age?

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Did you know that the totem of a dragonfly carries a sense of identity. It ensures the virtue of living freely. A dragonfly is a symbol of change, transformation and realisation. They're a symbol of living in the moment and taking advantage of the short time given. The dragonfly is a symbol of growth, maturity, and wisdom that one would achieve after living fully and gaining life experience.

As the week comes to a close, here's a little Friday fun exercise for you to test the accuracy of your eyesight and also your attention to detail. 

What does your ability to spot the dragonfly in this image say about your age?

See result below...

Spot the dragonfly
Spot the dragonfly


1 to 3 seconds: Excellent! You must be sweet 16 or at least not a day older than 23. You have the focus of an ace archer! You could fly a plane! 

4 to 8 seconds: Good! You're either in your early 20s' or 30s! You could be a numero uno photographer, surgeon or web developer.

8-14 seconds: Buck up! age is catching up. You're either hitting 40 soon or it's time to reach out for those spectacles. However, note, like the dragonfly, you're in a transformational phase and change is always a good thing!

15 seconds and above: You're certainly 50 or above! Irrespective of your age, time to visit the ophthalmologist. Take good care of your eye health and improve focus. But also, remember, like the dragonfly — you symbolise wisdom that one can achieve after living fully and gaining life experience.


Disclaimer: This activity is merely for fun and not scientifically proven. So don't fret if you're not able to spot the dragonfly in minimum time! It could be the fatigue due to the pandemic.

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