“The number of those endowed with human life is as small as the amount of earth one can place on a fingernail. Life as a human being is hard to sustain–as hard as it is for the dew to remain on the grass. But it is better to live a single day with honor than to live to 120 and die in disgrace.”
So as we can see, life is not about how young we look when we are 70. It is how much we have learn from our lives, how wise we have become and how much we have help others. To die is not a dreadful event, but to die with disgrace is.