In person, it can be a little hard to hear Larry Page. Thatâ€™s because he has nerve damage in both vocal cords: one was paralyzed about 14 years ago, the other left with limited movement after a cold last summer. This rare condition doesnâ€™t slow him down, though it has made his voice raspy and faint. You have to listen carefully. But itâ€™s generally worth it.
Page, 40, is the co-founder and CEO of one of the most successful, ubiquitous and increasingly strange companies on the planet. Google is, of course, in the search business, and more important for its profitability, it is in the online-advertising business. But itâ€™s also in the mobile-operating-system business, the Web-browser business, the free-e-mail business, the driverless-car business, the wearable-computing business, the online-map business, the renewable-energy business and the business of providing Internet access to remote areas via...
The usual length of time is: Psalms 90 10 As for the days of our life, they contain seventy years, Or if due to strength, eighty years, Yet their pride is but labor and sorrow; For soon it is gone and we fly away. 11 Who understands the power of Thine anger, And Thy fury, according to the fear that is due Thee? 12 So teach us to number our days, That we may present to Thee a heart of wisdom.---NASB
Also are those years going to be lived in good physical health? Unfortunately what I can tell of the spiritual health of Google's boss, he's going to have an eternity to regret, no matter how long a physical life he may have.