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I started thinking about dying, and soon realised that my end would definitely come one day, whether in four years or forty; and this reflection made me ask additional important questions: "How did I want to live my life?" Written by Yes, we’re all going to die and no, it’s not going to be a UFO hiding behind a comet or COVID-19. Posted Jul 06, 2020 Title: When the power goes down they expect the worst and spend the night huddled in a cupboard,where Jenny announces that she and Jason are engaged. Man these guys sucked. Come on Wall Street, don't be slow, Why man, this is war au-go-go There's plenty good money to be made By supplying the Army with the tools of it's trade, But just hope and pray that if they drop the bomb, They drop it on the Viet Cong. Recognising this fact makes you feel vibrantly alive because—fully aware too that your life might equally extend for many years to come—it provides a uniquely healthy perspective on day-to-day matters, suggesting how, as the wise ones of old would insist, we can stay focused, remaining fully alert, moment by moment, seamlessly linking past and future together in the course of one meaningful and rewarding lifespan. Well there ain't no time to wonder why. Retaining focus on the present moment enables a person to let go of burdensome worries from the past, and grow free of excessive concern over problems (real or imaginary) that may loom in the future. Later, still wary of authority figures, with an unwinnable war happening in Southeast Asia, we were mesmerised by a rousing refrain from Country Joe McDonald and his band, The Fish, at the 1969 Woodstock Festival: And it's one, two, three, what are we fighting for? The threat of COVID-19 offers a stark but useful reminder of our frailty. We're all gonna die. Next morning the family emerges to discover that the hurricane changed course and missed Miami completely. No one from the year 1900 is still alive today, and no one living today will be around in 2140. Whoopee! At school in the sixties, we were told about the famously scary "4-Minute Warning" of Soviet nuclear attack. we're all gonna die.Come on mothers throughout the land,Pack your boys off to Vietnam.Come on fathers, and don't hesitateTo send your sons off before it's too late.And you can be the first ones in your blockTo have your boy come home in a box.And it's one, two, threeWhat are we fighting for ?Don't ask me, I don't give a damn,Next stop is Vietnam.And it's five, six, seven,Open up the pearly gates,Well there ain't no time to wonder why,Whoopee! we're all gonna die. Looking for some great streaming picks? Until it arrives, we must try and live to the fullest. Use the HTML below. Take heart and remember that death, when it comes, occupies only a moment. These were growing pains, so to speak, for I see this process of grieving for myself as healthy rather than morbid, certain that I eventually emerged a happier, and maybe wiser, person; better-attuned, for example, to the suffering and well-being of others. With Belinda Lang, Gary Olsen, Julia Hills, Clare Buckfield. Artist: Country Joe And The Fish