Do you want to live more than 60 years old?

Philippines
March 11, 2010 5:42am CST
For me, I only want to live whenever I can still walk and talk but if I can't walk or talk anymore maybe it's time for me to go. Anyway, I think 60-80 years old is a long life to live and I think I have done all thing that i need to do at that year.
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@stealthy (8021)
• United States
11 Mar 10
Well I have already lived over 64 years and hope I live a lot longer since there are still many things that I would like to do. I encountered a woman in a store a while back and she seemed to be getting along just fine and she was 101.
• Estonia
11 Mar 10
Yes I do. I don't think that life's not worth living after 60, so I would definitely like to "last" for longer. I mean, you still can enjoy the life after 60, you don't get disabled or very ill, if you maintain a healthy lifestyle and keep yourself fit. So yea, I think that there is still much to enjoy after getting 60. For example a joy of being grandfather.
@phoenix8606 (4978)
11 Mar 10
hi! well, it only depends on that with whom am i going to live, because if i have to live alone then I really don't prefer to live more than 60, even more than 50, because the life without someone with whom you can share it, is a relationship with no feelings, a door without a key, a bird without wings! But if i have all my relatives and maybe my future wife by my side, then yes I would like to live more than 60 even more than 100 years, because I will know they are by my side and i can share with them all i have!
• Philippines
11 Mar 10
60 years old is still young and strong, they can still do something or even work. so as long as im healthy and strong then i will love to live as i can still see my love ones. maybe by the time im 60 years old, i may just having fun traveling that time and enjoying my pension LOL
@udayrao2 (782)
• India
11 Mar 10
It is up to the person's feelings; both I & my wife are over 60 and we are quite fit and many times while talking we say that we would like to live as long as we are fit and healthy, meaning we would not like to die after getting bed-ridden or some sickness or disability where you have to depend on others for little things - it is better to go when one is fit so I think, at least for me, age is not a criteria.
@nemrac12 (389)
• Philippines
11 Mar 10
i want to live longer of course. i want to see my children's grandchildren.... i still have a lot of unfinished project here on earth...
@binagupta (628)
• India
11 Mar 10
If i am fit and fine then sure i will like to live but if i fall sick and no body is there to take care of me then i would like this earth
@megamatt (14340)
• United States
11 Mar 10
Sixty years is a fairly long time to live and one could logically maintain an active life style at that point of my age. Whether I will or not, really depends. Hopefully I will, but you just never know what life will bring. I can only do the best to keep healthy and hope it works out in the end. Even the best efforts tend to fall short of the goal. So, if I can maintain a good enough quality of life, of course I want to live for as long as I can. Sixty, seventy, eighty, and beyond it really does not matter. You never know how long one might be able to go before the quality of life can start to take a spin in the opposite direction. I hope I am able to and if I am, then of course I want to live as long as possible.
@Kate1950 (35)
• United States
11 Mar 10
As long as I am healthy and able to think and do for myself, I want to live as long as possible. There are too many things that I still want to do with my life.
@allknowing (38102)
• India
11 Mar 10
I have a friend who is ninety plus - very alert - remembers everything and it is a joy to have a nice interaction with her. Age has nothing to do with ones zest for living. I have seen twenty year olds in their dotage!!!