What Life Statistics Would You Like To Know When You Die?


Philosophical

Thought Catalog

Every waking moment is spent doing something that, when it’s all said and done, it’d be interesting to hear a detailed recap of. If we had selfie baseball cards that listed different statistics on the back, what kind of stuff would you want to know? For example, as a kid I’d let the sink run while I brushed my teeth simultaneously and I sometimes speculated how many gallons of water were being wasted as I scrubbed away. How many over the span of a week? A month? An entire lifetime?

I eventually quit being wasteful of H2O, but the concept of knowing precise numbers remained something I found intriguing. How cool would it be to arrive at the pearly gates and be greeted by God, iPad in hand as he pulls up several infographics informing you of every last detail you’d like to know. In the event that something similar…

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About rahconteur

A mid-career journalist who's worked horizontally across India - from Arunachal Pradesh to Gujarat
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