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Only 15% of People Want to Live Forever… Meaning 85% of People Want to Die 0

Source: Dailymail.co.uk

“Only 15 per cent of people would like to live forever and just nine per cent would like to live to more than 100, according to research published today.

A study revealed that over one in four would like to die aged 81-90, while young people are more likely to want to live forever than older people.

The research, commissioned by the Dying Matters Coalition found, also suggested death is still a taboo subject for many, with just one third of people having discussed the type of funeral they want.”

- Source: Dailymail.co.uk

This study seems to be spot on. Older people look forward to death while younger people desire to live forever. When I become 81 and I can barely walk, breath, or live a decent quality of life, I’m sure I will look forward to dying soon also.

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