If you could live another 100 years extra what would you achieve in your lifetim

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  1. singleaple profile image69
    singleapleposted 6 years ago

    If you could live another 100 years extra what would you achieve in your lifetime

    If you could live another 100 years extra what would you achieve in your lifetime that you otherwise could not

  2. lovelife08 profile image60
    lovelife08posted 6 years ago


    I would live another 100 years. smile

    That is quite an ambition all by itself lol.

  3. edhan profile image61
    edhanposted 6 years ago

    My hope or wishes is to bring harmony within my community of friends and people. I have witnessed to many of the suffering where people cannot or giving up on themselves.

    I really hope to bring all these people together and help them to create trade where they can put to use and help themselves to survive.

  4. justateacher profile image79
    justateacherposted 6 years ago

    With another 100 years I would hope that I could finally get my finances in order and be able to buy the perfect building to start the perfect school! It would be awesome to try...and although I wouldn't want to artificially prolong my life, I wouldn't mind living that much longer naturally (as long as I was of sound mind and body)

  5. flashmakeit profile image63
    flashmakeitposted 6 years ago

    If I could live another 100 years I could pay my bills off, get a master degree, make some videos about old things of interest and learn a lot of new technology.

  6. ipen profile image60
    ipenposted 6 years ago

    Whatever i had in this life is more than enough.. i would reject this offer.

  7. Gerg profile image78
    Gergposted 6 years ago

    This is actually a really great question; mostly so because it offers "another" 100 years.  This postulates many things.  For one, that these are additional years that would carry with them the lessons learned from my life, things that I could carry forward into the future.  So the short answer, is "transcendence"; the next level beyond Maslow's self-actualization.

    With the wisdom of my learning years (ie those bumps and bruises I've made so far from bad and good decisions) behind me, it would reduce many of the self-imposed limitations I have about capacity now.  That is an incredible thought.  Not to mention, getting to know my great-great-grandkids!

    And two, that I'll somehow have the health and presence of mind into my 150's that I might not otherwise have.  It would suck to take you up on this offer, then get hit by a car and be left in a coma.  :-/

    But I choose the former, with appropriate caveats.  With the extra time, wisdom, education, experience, perspective - all of those wonderful things that grow with age.

  8. JKenny profile image93
    JKennyposted 6 years ago

    If I had another 100 years, I would just simply keep writing and trying to earn as much money as I could from it. Also, I would try and find myself a little piece of paradise- maybe a cottage in the woods where I could gain inspiration.


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