I was going to put this in my profile feed, but there isn't enough room. I was giving general life advice to one of my nephews recently when he asked me how I treat life or live my life in general. This isn't about morality or beliefs, just basic advice on an "attitude toward life." Don't worry about your mortality, it will come and there's nothing you can do about it. To not fear and worry about death, convince yourself you are immortal in the ageless sense, face life and never fear it, or fear change. In fact, change is good, it is how we learn and grow mentally, embrace change, it awakens part of us that sleeps without it. But also be fearful and mindful of life's dangers, as even if you live like you'll never grow old and die, death is still possible at anytime by accident and other outside forces, so you must still live life as if every day could be your last. Love, savor, enjoy, and learn all you can in your life, including hard work, the rewards of accomplishment are worth more than all the riches in the world. When the day comes when the realities of poor health or old age make life painful or difficult you must still embrace life and live it as if your condition will pass, even if the reality is it won't, so you don't give up on life, accept the current limitations and appreciate every moment you can, pain is a reminder that you are still alive. Outside of terminal illness, or permanent handicap, life's problems and difficulties, are all temporary and will pass, have hope and courage, and endure, life will get better again. The pain of losing ones you love will fade in time, you can live without them and be happy again. Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem, don't do it. Death is inevitable and will come far too soon in the end anyway.