How do you feel about living forever? Would you like that or are you expecting to be fed up/tired of living?Or, perhaps, satisfied and ready to retire?I think I'll be exhausted, yet happy to let go of this life.
Lorlie:I'm sure that if you die a "natural" death, you will be ready to accept it.I'm not the smartest guy on earth, but I'm sure that "immortality" is just a word created by fear and hope."It" doesn't exist!Qwark
I have generally come to the conclusion (through actually having observed as such) that when an old person dies, they want to.
Follow-up.Our corrupt medical system probably has something to do with that…
Nope, no immortality. Life has to end sometime, otherwise, what's the point in living?
Death does indeed seem to wait-sometimes not-until we closed door on life.
If you can guarantee health and that all the people I love will get the same thing, OK.But really: no problem. I can't complain a bit. If you told me I have to go next week, well, I'm not saying I'd like it, but I really could not complain. I have had an incredibly wonderful life.
Life sucks. Period.
Mine hasn't.It might yet, but it sure has not so far.
by qwark6 years ago
I'll leave it up to you. I do not ask this as a joke.
by Walt Smith6 years ago
Do you think that immortality would be a blessing or a curse?
by theseus6 years ago
If you are to choose between immortality and mortality,what would you choose? Why?
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