Ask me that question when I reach the age of 124, and I promise to have a much more appropriate answer.
Hehehehehe, you're right drbj. As this is age is almost impossible to reach these days. Rarely I know people who reached such age, and if there are...they're already dead.
But, if given a chance... I will. So, need to plan what to do to be able to keep a healthy body with such age. I want to be able to do jogging every morning even with that age
Only if I am healthy and able to take care of myself. I would still want to enjoy life and be an active participant.
I'm not sure. Society isn't that great at looking after their elderly people much younger than 125. But I suppose if I was fit enough and healthy enough to enjoy it and without having to depend on anyone to do things, then I'd maybe think about it. I think though that boredom might well set in before a lot of us reach 125!
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