Who will you visit first if you know that five persons you love the most is going to die tomorrow?
Mention the reasons for selecting that person to be visited first?
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I would have a party and invite all five, I could not bare to lose any of them without seeing them first.
Quite seriously, because I am almost financially broke at the moment, the one with the most money.
Epigramman, you are obviously making a grave mistake. The person with the most money is most likely to be the one who will never part with his money, come what may, even to his death. And that's exactly how he has managed to accumulate so much.
All five. If they all live together. Or, I'll make a conference call with all five in attendance and give them all a very heartfelt ehugs, and ekisses.
Invite them all to my house if possible so I could spend the most time possible with them.
Friend with a car so we could easily get to others maybe.
My parents, my two best friends and an old friend I haven't seen in years.
my daughters and grandchildren.
they are my energy to keep going on in tough times
The one, who by any means, can help me get to all the others. I bet that'll work, too.
Since I know they will die tomorrow. I would take a leap of faith, and discern the order of their deaths and see all of them by seeing the one that will die first, first. The one that will die next, next. The one that will die third, third. The one that will die fourth, fourth. The one that will die last, last. Now if you argue that there is no way I could know the order. I would simply reply how did you know they would all die tomorrow? Then I would conclude that I may perhaps be the Grim Reaper or Terminator.
John Connor (Terminator of Terminators)
I thought the answer is pretty obvious. If you said the "five persons you love the most", then you will visit them according to that priority of whom you love most.
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