Entire life meaning eternal life?<quoted text>
That would be the Christian interpretation. Yes.
A Jew would read that as:
1: Stupid people make mistakes that can make the them utterly miserable.
2: Grieving and mourning is a universal human experience.
3: Be careful of that voice in your head telling you to do things you know you shouldn't do and will regret for the rest of your life.(AKA Satan)
4: The people who give in to their animal instincts will have miserable lives while those who moderate their desires will usually be happy and pleasant.
5: Some mistakes in life are irreversible, the consequences will ruin your entire life.
One can take the words literally like a Christian or not. I choose not to. The 'Jewish' interpretation makes a whole lot more sense and actually is useful 'here and now'.
Recall that in the book, Jesus says he talks in parables, not literally.
"5: Some mistakes in life are irreversible, the consequences will ruin your entire life."
What of the future of the Soul G? What do the Jews think the Soul will do when it leaves the body, if indeed mistakes made in life are irreversible, and the consequences will ruin your entire life.
Where do the Jews think the Soul (or Ghost) of Abraham went?
"Genesis 25:8 Then Abraham gave up the ghost, and died in a good old age, an old man, and full of years; and was gathered to his people."