Like they say, laughter is the best medicine
IMO, living longer is a bit overrated. It’s the foreseeable future that matters to me. I am not saying it’s had but for that to be everyone’s goal seems a bit like missing the forest for the trees. Do those immortal jellyfish do much other than swim around? So much of time outside of what we can experience it kind of makes more sense to think in the present.
That’s my outlook though.
why are most old people grumpy then?
You just be quiet with your observations and get off my lawn!
@Bowens it’s pretty out, all the trees.
we got about 2 inches of snow.
Yeah, we got snow as well @Daze .
if and when I ever get money, want somebody to come over and do winter field murial in my living room/kitchen wall. hopefully it wouldn’t turn out like a calendar pic.
Whole heartedly agree with your statement.
I’d rather enjoy the time I have while I’m young and healthy, instead of prolonging my suffering when my body is old and failing.
Quality over quantity.
Optapestmiss is what I am so I’ll live half as long
When im old im gonna make a fuss about everything. And im gonna steal library books and blame senility
Being an optimist is not relevant if you’re a neurotic sz. I have the anxiety even if I am optimistic.
I don’t like half empty or half full glasses.
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