“We’ve added years to life. Now it’s time to add life to those years.”—John F. Kennedy
“What’s so great about longevity anyway?” The question is Marc Freedman’s opening salvo in his TEDx San Francisco talk—a provocative opening, given the current preoccupation in Silicone Valley and the media on how we can live longer. But, Freedman says, even without revolutionary interventions, we’ve already added about a month to the average lifespan every year since 1960.
Along with our obsession with living longer, we’re also fixated on being “younger.” This talk will move you, inspire you, infuriate you and remind you of all possibilities open to you to share with your community and your world, at whatever age you really are. Watch the full video here.