At age 33:
English feminist Mary Wollstonecraft wrote "Vindication of the Rights of Women"
Amelia Earhart became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic alone.
Jesus of Nazareth, a moral teacher and faith healer, was executed and eventually became the most renowned religious figure in history.
Vaudeville performer Walter Nilsson rode across the United States on an 8 1/2 foot unicycle.
Successful merchant Cyrus West Field retired at age 33 to devote himself to laying the first transatlantic telegraph cable.
John Knowles published A Separate Peace, which was immediately successful.
Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote his essay, "Nature," encouraging readers to see the miraculous in the common.
Vijay-Kumar Solanki realized that he was not a human being having spiritual experiences, but a spiritual being having human experiences, a realization that he says "changed his life forever".
Paul Raposo began studying watchmaking.
Susan Presley took her ten-year-old son to Jarrell, Texas to help clean up after a tornado so he'd realize it wasn't just a "COOL!" thing he was seeing on TV.
Robert Hensel set a world record for the longest non-stop wheelie in a wheelchair. Mr. Hensel, who was born with spina bifida, covered a distance of 6.178 miles. He is also an internationally published poet with over 900 publications to date. He has since been nominated for the Pushcart Prize for renowned poets and writers.