It does make you think
December 29, 2016 3:43pm CST
It does make you think I’m still in shock of George Michael death at the age of 53. Ok, he was famous and may have done things I will never do, which could have shortened his life, but I’m only a year younger than he was and it’s scary to think that at any time it could be you next. Ok, it’s something you shouldn’t think about and live your life to the best you can. It does make you think, though, you are here one minute gone the next. My mum passed away at 61 after an operation which she never came round from. my father is still alive and is 79. I don't know if your parent's ages have anything to do with how you will live for.
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29 Dec 16
I am ten years older than he was so should I feel lucky? I had a heart attack in the spring this year but I pulled through so am I living on borrowed time? I think it is best not to think about what might happen and hope that whenever the time comes it will be painless
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• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
29 Dec 16
That is true, no one knows exactly when could be the time of leaving this world. Parent`s age may determine one`s own time on earth, but more than that, dying old or young is determined by one`s own acts on this planet
29 Dec 16
My father inlaw passed away after a heart attack at age 58. My mother inlaw had a stroke at 89. My mother passed away of multiple issues at 89....we'll just call it old age. My father is 90 and still getting by.....my husband and I are both healthy....at 63 and 60.
• Guangzhou, China
30 Dec 16
Sometimes we can't control ourself and we can't predict how we die. So just hope for the best. George Michael had made a difference to the early popular singers to China. His band Wham is the first to visit and have a concert here. He was meaningful to us. I watched the documentary about it yesterday. It is nice to see how my country looked like at that time.