Which category is yours?
The world’s population is about 7.8 billion people. That’s a big number for most people, that’s all._*
However, if you count 7.8 billion people in the world as 100% human, those percentages become clearer.
*Of 100% of the people.
11% are in Europe
5% are in North America
9% are in South America
15% are in Africa
60% are in Asia
49% live in villages
51% live in cities
12% speak Chinese
5% speak Spanish
5% speak English
3% speak Arabic
3% speak Hindi
3% speak Bengali
2% in Russian
2% in Japanese
62% in their language.
77% have a place to live.
23% have nowhere to live.
21% of people overeat.
63% can eat as much as they want.
15% of people are malnourished.
The daily cost of living for 48% of people is less than $2.
87% of people have clean drinking water
13% either do not have clean drinking water or have access to a contaminated water source.
75% have cell phones
25% do not.
30% have internet access
70% do not have Internet access.
7% have a college education
93% did not attend college or university.
83% can read
17% are illiterate.
33% are Christian
22% are Muslim
14% are Hindu
7% – Buddhists
12% – other religions
12% have no religious beliefs.
*26% live less than 14 years
*66% die between the ages of 15 and 64
*8% are over 65 years old.
If you have a place to live, eat nutritious food and drink clean water, have a cell phone,
can travel on the Internet, and have graduated from college or higher education, you are in a tiny privileged group.
(In a category of less than 7%)
*ONLY 8% OF 100% OF THE PEOPLE IN THE WORLD CAN LIVE TO AGE 65.
*_If you are over 65, be content and grateful. Cherish life, seize the moment. You didn’t leave this world before the age of 65 like the 92% of people who have gone before you. You are already a blessed person.
*Take care of your own health. Cherish every moment you have left!!!
✍️ ✅A large study in the U.S. found that:*
▪️Самый a person’s productive age is between 60 and 70;
▪️ The 2nd most productive stage of a person is age 70 to 80;
▪️ The 3rd most productive stage is 50 and 60 years old.
▪️ Before that, a person has not yet reached his or her peak.
▪️Средний age of Nobel Prize winners is 62;
▪️Средний the age of the presidents of the world’s top 100 companies is 63;
▪️Средний pastors of the 100 largest churches in the U.S. are 71 years old;
▪️Средний the age of popes is 76.
▪️ This confirms that a person’s best and most productive years are between the ages of 60 and 80.
▪️Это study was published by a team of doctors and psychologists in the NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE.
▪️Они found that at age 60 you reach the peak of your emotional and mental potential, and this continues until age 80.
▪️ Consequently, if you are 60, 70 or 80 years old, you are at your best.
SOURCE:* New England Journal of Medicine.
Send this information to make your family and friends in their 60s, 70s and 80s proud.
▪️Этот the “tour” called “life” begins much later than you thought it would!
[12.01, 16:07] Sukhanov Y. F. Qv. 83: Read it, it’s beautiful!
The text is easy, it is pleasant to read.
“The benefits of age 60 and over.”
– I would never trade my great friends, my beautiful life, my beloved family for less gray hair or a flatter stomach.
As I got older, I became friendlier and less critical of myself.
I became my friend…
I don’t blame myself for eating an extra cookie, not making my bed, or buying something stupid that I didn’t need.
I have a right to be messy and extravagant.
I have seen many dear friends leave this world too soon, before I realized the great freedom of aging…
Who will blame me if I decide to read or play on my computer until four and sleep until noon…?
Who will make me happier if I stay in bed or in front of the TV as long as I want?
I’ll dance to those wonderful hits of the ’70s and ’80s, and at the same time I’ll want to cry for lost love…
If I want to, I’ll walk down the beach in shorts too tight on my flabby body, and selflessly dive into the waves despite the judgmental looks of others…
They will get old, too.
I know I forget things sometimes, but there are some things in life that should just be forgotten!..!
I remember the important things. Sure, my heart has been broken many times over the years. But broken hearts give us strength, understanding and compassion.
A heart that has never suffered is flawless and barren and will never know the joy of being imperfect.
I have been fortunate enough to live long enough to have my gray hair and youthful laughter on my face forever.
Many never laughed, many died before their hair turned silver.
As you get older, you find it easier to be positive.
You care less about what others think of you.
I don’t doubt myself anymore.
I’ve earned the right to be wrong.
Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
from our Russian friends
Posted on February 9, 2023, in Australian Bureau Statistics, General and tagged humanity. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.
I shouldn’t have read this.
Nothing about after your ‘peaking’ at 80!! What happens then?
I’ve only got 6 1/2 years to go! Worrying about it might knock me over!
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Suck that up Z, X, Y and millennials. This is what mRNA has taken from you. Now tell uncle Rupert how you feel about this.
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The sad irony of it all…….
If only i knew then what i know now
It always intrigues me when statistics on population are stated. Who constructs these figures? We can’t possible know how many people there are on earth, as so many people live in remote areas and the population fluctuates every second of every day. How do we know how many people are literate, have homes, phones, computers etc? It’s all hypothetical, as these figures are simply not available. I fully agree that we should cherish every moment of every day and also cherish older age, especially in light of what is and has been happening in the world. There is no appreciation of the wisdom of age and I experience that every day but I appreciate the wisdom that I accumulate with every passing year.
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Just turned 70 and I can relate to every word, well written and very poignant. Love it… 👍