Would you rather be immortal or know exactly when you will die?
The answer might seem obvious, but the more I think about it the less certain I am!
Can I say I would want a date 200 years in the future?
I'd rather know when I was going to die and plan accordingly.
The only way I'd consider immortality is if I could choose a particular age of appearance to remain for life as well has have certain people/mates also be capable of living forever with me.
Otherwise it would be painful watching everyone else age/die.
The soul is already immortal and you are the soul. The physical will die one day and you may sense or not sense when. There is no hard and fast rule, but yes, God does allow this in some cases.
Immortality in itself implies that one knows all. So if you become conscious of your innate divinity, if you become inseparably one with it, consciously and constantly, then you will know when the physical death approaches. Many God-souls have left their bodies at will. It is not a hard thing for the developed Soul. Much Peace.
by A James Di Rodi 7 years ago
If you were immortal would you end up insane?
by pinappu 5 years ago
Will it be Possible for Man to be Immortal?Men and women born to die. We all know this. But human science is working to find out the chemistry of death and the ways of prevent of. Do you think, thus one day we shall be immortal?What do you think?
by Robie Benve 5 years ago
Reincarnation: did previous lives happen? And what does the Bible say about it?I've been hearing a lot about previous-life experience lately. Though I'm skeptical about it, I admit that I like to think it was true. Does the Bible say anything about that? Are there any scientific elements to support...
by mischeviousme 6 years ago
Why would anyone want it? Eternity is an awefully long time... Is it fair to say, that it would get boring?
by Reginald Boswell 4 years ago
How does one achieve immortality?
by aka-dj 8 years ago
We all know how to recognize life, and death. I have heard that modern medical science does not understand why we age and die. Cellular structure and reproduction "should" theoretically go on and on. So why does it not?
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