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While I am by no means ready for death, the thought of outliving everyone I know and have come to love is not pleasant. If, however, I am able to stop aging in my mid to late twenties, along with certain select people I am closely attached to, then I might seriously consider it. The good one could do for the world as an immortal being is immeasurable.
The Researcher wrote:No I dont think I will want to become an immortal. It would be like exchanging many new exciting lives for an eternally long old one. Or in terms of books it would be like reading a very very long book instead of getting a chance to explore many more new titles and authors
Most probably I may say yes, subject to condition i should have the memory power and intelligence to predict the future which is next to impossible. Otherwise I may be declared as super human. Then also one day I will be crying for the end of the life. This is for eg; In Hindu mythology Mahabharata there is one charector called 'Aswatthama' ( son of Dhronachariyar who was the teacher for pandavas and gouravas) has been cursed to be immortal,but he was crying for the end. One more eg; In indian political field mahatma Gandhi or Nethaji Subash chandra bose could have been immortal and live today do you think they can tolerate the corrupted politics as on date. So immortality to human being is impossible one.
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. 😃
I think I would. It would probably be a bad idea, but it's the way I would look at it.
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I don't believe we have a choice over our immortality, only the way we live it!