I was talking to a pastor from the UK a few weeks ago and we ended up talking about the length of life. He said ... and I have heard comments like this this more and more over the last two years. He said, "My dad died at 93 last year of Alzheimers. For myself I would rather die of something else earlier and not live long enough to have a disease like Alzheimers." I replied, partly in jest and partly in seriousness, "The older I become the better a fast heart attack looks." Have you views on your own length of life changed as you have grown older? If so, how have they changed?