Seven thought-provoking questions you will ask at the end of your life

A while ago, Marc Chernoff shared the wisdom his grandmother had left behind for him after she passed away.  The twelve pieces of wisdom were in her old leather-bound journal and it was named “Inspiration Journal.” On her last entry she had written seven questions.  She never wrote the answers to these questions but they are very thought provoking questions.  Here Marc shares his thoughts on the questions and he hopes that what he shares will inspire everyone who reads this and that you will be able to answer each question one day with a sense of peace and fulfillment.

 

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Elderly heart patients prefer longevity over quality of life

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Survey found three quareters of elderly heart failure patients wouldn’t trade a longer life with symptoms for a shorter life without them.

Many doctors might assume tha when an elderly patient’s chronic disease is impossible to cure they would prefer to improve the quality of their remaining life rather than extend it as it is.  Most of the time those doctors would be mistaken, according to a new study.

 

 

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