For the first time that I can recall, I had a positive response to the idea of living longer than what is considered normal. This is not about immortality or the belief that I have something so important and meaningful to give to the world that it shouldn’t go on without me. No…this is ALL about curiosity. I really, REALLY would like to know how we are in 100 years. I’ve certainly asked myself what life would be like in 5000 years and we all know that any response to that is MCU kind of stuff…fantasy…entertaining, but no more useful than that. To wonder about 100 years from now is a more meaningful exercise. It’s meaningful because we can actually influence the answer. It matters what we say and show to our children and our grand children. It’s their children who will be living with many of our decisions now. They will also be making decisions themselves. I wonder how my great, great, great grand child will live?