What this really means is the 4 in 5 people will die right on time. And 1 in 5 people will die late. That’s how math works. Normal is based on what happens the most. Not the other way around. They want us to believe that things are all hunky dory. But it isn’t always like that. Sad but true, in this case.
I know, we like to think we’ll all live forever. But it doesn’t work that way. Only I will live forever. (In your mind.)
I’ve got things figured out. I barely eat any junk food! (relative to people that eat lots of it…)
Is living forever as awesome as it sounds?
The Highlander liked it, for the most part. And yet some ‘philosophers’ still question whether immortality will really make us happy. (Obviously, there are no philosophers around anymore. But will allow the conceit.)
In any case, the answer is: OF COURSE! You can’t be happy if you’re dead. The secret is to pick the point in life right before your body starts falling apart and spiraling down into pain and discomfort. For me that was around the age of 23 or 24. Before that, things were pretty good. And, knowing what I know now, those days would be even better! That’s the beauty of living forever. You get to keep learning and improving!
What else can you ask for!