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Wasif Ahmed wrote:The posts on this forum show that many people would like to become immortal while some don't. Is immortality, according to you, a good or a bad thing?
Please share your thoughts on this topic.
To me, immortality has a purpose only when one has a purpose
on why to live forever.
Forget about living forever, many of us do not have a plan for
next Saturday! If we don't have a vision, a plan, of what we
are going to accomplish for such a long time, soon we will get
terribly bored, and regret our choice to live forever.
One or two centuries down the line, we would see the society
and world at large change drastically change in front of our eyes.
We would face circumstances that will make us think 'why the
heck I decided to live forever!'. That would not be a day we
would like to live and see.
More than anything, our physical body and our energy system (our life)
has to be maintained day in and day out throughout. We have
to do so many things to preserve the physical body so that it
does not deteriorate. I don't think any magic potion would do
that. We will have to do that hard work!
So, let's consider all these, and get real