As with many things that we all post on here personal biases and prejudges, which to some degree we all have, effect the way we see things and interpret other's post and writings. While you may receive confirming replies that agree with you from some others would feel and judge quite differently. We all see through filtered glasses whether or not we are willing to admit it. Frankly I prefer not to make those judgments for mine is to judge my own self for whom I'm primarily responsible.
No doubt Bill sees his writings and post far differently than many others perceive them and no doubt the very same applies in reverse. If you are attempting to make judgments about each person's lives based upon their responses on here that is such a small sample, and a highly skewed one, that it would do you, nor them, justice.
Some would judge that all of us, based upon the time we spend debating, discussing, arguing, preaching ( preaching can apply to Christians, Atheist, Mormons, Muslims or anyone else who post regarding their own beliefs), that none of us have too many constructive things to do as it is.
As for a personal statement, the only fears I have these days are fear of time, or better said not having more time with my grandkids and family to enjoy life and the family experiences. Fear for their futures based upon my own slanted perception of the world as I see it. Fear that I will not be able to intercept them before they make mistakes or do things that hurt them. Natural fears for any Grandparent or parent. Just my own personal opinion mind you.
Congratulations, GBRK. You are today's winner of the Stop Making Sense Award. Extra points to you for lesson's we should all take to heart. Good job.