Predict our day of death

On there is ‘The Death Clock’ and the website states –

Welcome to the Death Clock(TM), the Internet’s friendly reminder that life is slipping away… second by second. Like the hourglass of the Net, the Death Clock will remind you just how short life is.

So I proceeded to enter the information, clicked the ‘Check Your Death Clock’ button and received the following –


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Okay, by this ‘Death Clock’ I will die in 13 years.

You remember my post ‘My Life My Way’, I wrote about life expectancy, my smoking, my drinking and I should die anywhere in the next 3 to 21 years.  I guess the ‘Death Clock’ averaged it out to 13 years; I am unsure where it got the exact date of June 10.

You must be thinking “spearfruit has a fascination with death and dying.” “He has written many posts related to his attempted suicides and other posts related to dying.”  “Why is this?”

Well, I have no fascination with death or dying.  I just want to keep it as a conscious thought because the seconds are ticking.  I want to keep the conscious thought aware in my mind to remind me to live each day the best I can.  When I feel anger or sad or upset or controlling or impatient, I want to remind myself, the seconds are ticking.  I want this reminder to assist me in making the most of the time left.

My early life struggles are being lifted and released by my writings on this blog.  The majority of my life was lived with negative emotions and I want to live the rest of my years with positive ones.  I want to make the most of the time left – easier said than done for me.  For me, to learn new behaviors and thinking, I must keep reinforcing thoughts in my brain.

We all have different ways and styles to learn something new.  I am a visual person, I need to see to learn and I am also a deep thinker.  This deep thinking in my early life took me to destruction and wanting to end my life.  Then a turn took place and this deep thinking took me to building and improvement.  This deep thinking today I desire to take me to fulfillment, contentment, gratification and conclusion.

That conclusion is the end of my life.  So until the conclusion, whether June 10, 2028 or before or after – I will continue my deep thinking and live every day, the best possible way I know how.


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17 thoughts on “Predict our day of death

  1. Interesting. I clicked the link and filled out the info, and viola! I found out I am dead. No more time. Since that’s illogical, because HERE I AM, still breathing, I clicked the submission button a second time. That time it gave me four more years or so. Well I can deal with that. And yeah, I do get that it’s for ‘entertainment purposes only’…and I really liked how you took that and turned it into a wonderful post with something deep to think about. Thanks for sharing! 😀

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  2. Good post Spear ! And you had me playing … and they are giving me 52 years more (Feb.21 2067) which I don’t think I’m much keen on …that would make me 105! (well my Granny went with 103) BUT that is if I am optimistic! If I am a pessimist I will go in 2 years (Oct 3. 2017) . Had to play around and couldn’t change the other factors . so I guess I’ll strive to be a “realistic optimist” like my father is and fall somewhere in the middle 😉 I don’t think my family deserves to have me around for 52 more years 🙂
    This was fun and serious at the same time. I will try to appreciate my seconds better 🙂
    Turtle Hugs

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  3. There is something “funny” about death. It happens, when it happens. As a Caregiver for my partner, we learned to live and appreciate every second, minute, hour, day, week, month, year we had left together. Living life to the fullest is just that…enjoying all the time there is…

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