“Memento Mori” has served men as a motivation throughout the centuries. Latin for “remember death,” this phrase has prompted ancients and moderns alike to contemplate their own mortality and the meaning of their lives. With advances in science, many of you may very well live into your nineties or beyond 100. Your opportunity for impact is greater than your forefathers. So, what higher values will you live for? What purposes are you meant to accomplish? Force the question of destiny to the fore, and, like Churchill advises, “When the notes of life ring false, men should correct them by referring to the tuning fork of death.”