I recently met these two former colleagues.
My impression was that both were not in good health.
One of them was having coffee at the stall just outside FRIM’s gate. At 72, he could not recognise me. He used to speak Mandarin while he was still in service. During this encounter, he spoke Hokkien with me.
The other, in his mid-60s, was bringing some friends to FRIM. He was less energetic. I encouraged him to read my health book.
Meeting them was a blessing.
There was a strong and clear indicator: if we do not take of our health, we will be like them when we are above 60 years old.