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How long do we last? Death a dirty word

It's one of those things, life how long will we last. When do we die. The beauty is we don't know, but we hope it's a long time of an old age and we die in our sleep. Nope sadly mostly that didn't happen. You look at longevity it changes all around the shop.
Looking at family history is interesting is there any illness in the family. For example heart disease and cancer can run in families, but seriously it's not worth worrying about it, you certainly don't need that concern. None of us do. Just enjoy life and what do they say dance like no one is watching.
My Aunty Anna is a cool and spiritual lady. I love her outlook. Her thing with me there is a candle lit when we are born. When it goes out that's  the end. Makes perfect sense.
So because we don't know our path, which is probably a good thing. Then we don't have to worry.
Just getting on with all the things that make us happy, thus providing a life full of everything we live and hope for.
Ask a cancer patient this: will you die? We all answered NO loudly and clearly. Why because survival kicks in. Whilst the idea might be in your head lots and lots. Don't say it out loud, it's way scarey....
Life is an adventure. All I do ask is no more roller coaster rides.... please
We hate that.
Have a fabulous weekend, I am working however might be nice to catch up on some sleep. 🎉🤞🏻
#iamstillawoman #death #love #life #survivior 


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