Lake Forest, IL (PRWEB) April 25, 2006
People are on a path to live a much shorter life than the generations that came before, according to renowned columnist and marketing expert Brian Vaszily.
And children are on a path to live a much shorter life than today's parents.
Though that contradicts what most people now believe -- that we're living longer lives than ever before -- with supporting data Vaszily demonstrates that "increasing duration of years is not the equivalent of a longer life."
In reality -- that is, when people step back from their lives and honestly consider it with the twelve (12) big questions posed in Vaszily's "Shorter Lives" piece -- most people feel like they don't have enough time to enjoy life, to experience the things that really matter like family, hobbies and the outdoors.
Furthermore, no matter how much they hope to the contrary, statistics indicate that people have increasingly less time for these meaningful pursuits.
The average American may last 77.6 years or longer, but if an increasing mass of time in those years is spent in anxiety, anger and depression - and many widely publicized studies concur that these states are at all-time highs -- is that really living?
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