**We take it a greater catastrophe when a young than when an old person dies.
But isn’t any age the right age, as long as one recognized God? God recognized us, long before we where born, might even be before Christ was born into this world, God knew who will be His. His - even when not born, because we aborted this human before his birth.
It was so ridiculous in the British Cath. Forum, when a lady quarrelled with me for so long, insisting that newborns who die before being baptized, get into purgatory! So, let’s hope, this won’t hold the thread.
In any case; the many very young people who die, my son Bjoern who was murdered, so many young soldiers around the world who died for a silly war they did not want, children who die…
It in fact doesn’t really matter when they or we ourselves die. If these young people are innocent, surely they are in Gods Kingdom or at least Gods hemisphere and definitely would not be wanting to return - unless; they made a lot of wrong and would do better - but can not now and have to carry the consequences.
Children though, hardly do wrong, newborns can’t do anything at all and are not guilty of not being baptized or being aborted. This sin lies on our community.
Back to the question “at what age is it desirable to enter God’s Kingdom”:
Of course its easy to say: Any age is the right age. But what then about the commandment: “HONOR YOUR FATHER AND YOUR MOTHER, SO THAT YOUR DAYS MAY BE LONG…” ??? is that just to bee seen for Gods own People the Jews at the time of Moses? – for it goes on: “… IN THE LAND THAT THE LORD YOUR GOD IS GIVING YOU.”
Oh well - we will see anyhow, so it doesn’t make too much sense to worry. Jesus Himself said, don’t worry (Mat 6:31-34)
If we live in God and don’t do wrong - everything is all right! And to die - is the door to god - in fact, we won’t die (John 11,25) for life goes on in death - greater than ever.