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Even though I'd be intrigued to see what the next seven or eight hundred years holds, I think I would most likely decline. It would be too hard to see everybody you ever get to know grow old and die and to outlive your own great great grandchildren. Also, I imagine that after a few hundred years, life could get quite tiresome. Heck, you could even crave the sweet embrace of the grave at that point.
-- 20 Mar 2017, 00:47 --
As Queen said, "Who wants to live forever when love must die?"
Plus, life is boring enough. Having to do the same thing for all eternity would be horrible. It'd be like living in the The Bible, Creationism And Prophecy thread on the Christianity forum.
Wasif Ahmed wrote:If you were given the choice of not aging beyond a certain point, would you do it?
I am not sure. The idea of becoming immortal does sound interesting but.....
Please share your thoughts on this topic. 😃
it sounds very intresting as it is difficulty
As part of my faith and belief system; I already do believe in immortality after Ressurection therefore, I believe it is part and parcel of my evolution and destiny to live forever but, I must die in this realm in order to complete my soul's journey.
but would i be immortal and still reason things out normally? just wondering in thoughts...
-- 23 Mar 2017, 05:00 --
just some food for though
Then again, there is a certain draw to being young forever and having the time to write and read as much as you please . . .