I don't "live my life to the fullest." Not because I think that's a bad idea, but because I have no idea what it even means. There's an episode of Seinfeld that features a discussion between Jerry and George about the burden that it places upon someone to try to "live life to the fullest." Am I supposed to be climbing mountains? Should I be learning every language on the planet? What about solving complex mathematical theorems? I don't know what I'm supposed to be doing, and I don't like it. So I just kind of live my life.

Then I hear about people like this. It's always a weird situation when someone is so significantly older than I am is more active and ambitious; old ladies who go skydiving, that sort of thing. Or this cool old Canadian guy who turns 90 this week and plays hockey 3 times a week. I am more than 60 years younger than this dude, yet if I go ice skating once during the winter, my ankles hurt until May. We should all be like this guy. Just living life to the fullest.