Would you truly want to live forever young?
No pain, no aging, and no death...if not why? .....if so what age would you like you stay?
I don't want to stay the same age all my life.
However, when I was 18 I behaved as a 30 years old. Now that am 70+ I still behave as a 30 years old. (But I don't take pills to do, nor do I get facelfts etc.)
For appearance sake I would love to stay age 25 or 30. However I would want to have the wisdom that I have today.
Ultimately though life always comes down to the relationships we form over the years. I imagine it would become (extremely depressing) going to funerals of those who aren't able to preserve youthfully forever.
What sounded like a blessing could eventually feel like a curse as you watch your spouse die, friends die, children die, grandchildren die, your second and third spouse and so on.
Eventually you may try to avoid getting "close" to people. Loneliness leads to depression and depression can lead to thoughts of suicide. However if you knew it wasn't even possible to kill yourself then life may feel like a living hell! Death is a "graduation" of sorts or a "transition" for moving on. Feeling (left behind) would be torture.
I want to be a toddler forever, no worries, no exam, just cry and get what i want, eat
by Anish Patel 6 years ago
In the future, will we find a way to stay young and live forever?
by Walt Smith 7 years ago
Do you think that immortality would be a blessing or a curse?
by Edoka Writes 7 years ago
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by seanorjohn 7 years ago
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by davidos 16 months ago
Would you rather die before everyone you know or live forever?Dying before all of your loved ones, or living to see them all die, and living to see everyone you ever meet die?
by Kenna McHugh 3 years ago
Do you feel we need to try to stay young forever or age gracefully?
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