Belief, religion & spirituality

If U have A chance, Would U like to live Forever?

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No, but for far longer than 70-90 years.
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No, but for far longer than 70-90 years.
man I need to attempt these drift loads up, flying autos, space lifts, holographic porn, and so forth.
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In the event that I could choose when I have lived sufficiently long, instant. On the off chance that said innovation turns me undying, then no.
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In the event that I could choose when I have lived sufficiently long, instant. On the off chance that said innovation turns me undying, then no.
I question the innovation would give you a chance to survive a sun plunge.
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Consider three measure of ladies I could disillusion inside a thousand years.
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It truly relies on upon regardless of whether others would/could live always with me. Everlasting status is, in principle, incredible, yet without anybody to impart endlessness to, it's only an interminable isolation.
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I'd say yes at first yet at last following a couple of hundred years I'm certain I'd get exhausted of living and think twice about it.
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Just in the event that I could live always with family and companions.
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Are we talking about eternal youth or am I going to grow older and older like Tithonus?. Because eternal youth, fuck yeah.
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I sincerely believe that the urgency to go out and experience life, albeit through travel or spontaneous tattoo, comes from an inbuilt understanding that this is it and it's not going to be it forever. If there was no time limit, what would be the necessity to do anything? life would be intrinsically meaningless.
time can only be well spent if it is of value. It can only be valuable if it is determinable, finite.
So no.
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I want to meet my Maker - the author of time... Then maybe I can come back down for my second life :-P
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As tempting as eternity sounds, I do believe that it is necessary to die at some point. I can't imagine living, and living alone I might add, for lifetimes' on end. There has to be some kind of ending.
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