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How do you rate your health?

How do you rate your health?
How do you rate your health?

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 Posted 4/1/2014 7:26:15 AM
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Many of us are involved with the Forums and other areas in a search for better health. How do you rate yours?

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 Posted 4/1/2014 9:38:22 AM
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To the best of my present knowledge, my health is currently quite excellent by all measurements available. Which basically means I'm on schedule to die like any human being before me without some serious life extension intervention.
 
Longevity seems to be in my genes, barring some unforeseen illness, I could very well live as long as my grandmother who died at 98 or a number of relatives from which I am descended, on both maternal and paternal sides of the family who lived well into their late '90s; one great uncle of mine who was still training horses, dancing, dating "girls" 30 years his junior, and driving solo across the U.S. at age 98, who finally slowed-down at age 99 and died about a month short of age 100.

That, or I could keel-over dead tomorrow. Pressing forward the best I know how, knowing that sometimes nature is just cruel.



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 Posted 4/1/2014 9:42:55 AM
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Glad to hear it, fastingly!

Realize you are speaking metaphorically regarding nature. It is up to us to complete her work.

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