Death | Life-Span | Time

The pastor of a New York City Church once preached a sermon in which he asked his congregation to imagine that the human life-span for each member was ninety years. Then he said, “Suppose we compress those ninety years into the waking hours of one
day, say from seven in the morning until eleven at night …

If you are fifteen-years-old, then it is twenty-five past ten in the morning. If you are twenty-five, it is twelve forty.

If you are thirty, it is ten minutes to two. If you are forty, it is a little after four.

If you are forty-five, it is a quarter past five. If you are fifty, it is six twenty-five.

If you are…

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