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And miss my chance going to heaven? NO.

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At first glance it is tempting<br />
I do not think that is as tempting to think that you attend the death of loved ones and you will find that you can not do anything.<br />
And either way against nature, we all have a role must fulfill it and then get out of the scene

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Already seems that way, just waiting for Friday. Anything else?

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Your answer kicked that my answer right out of my head. - :)

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You know what they say, Jen... GMTA.

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Yes Please!!! I would love to keep on living to see the changes that happen in the world. I would love to live to see the day when homeless people did not exist and there was no such thing as work. We would all strive to achieve a greater world not by working for other people to earn money but to make a better tomorrow. Food shelter and water would be standard for everyone. I just don't understand how we pay for something that naturally occurs. Health care would be free as well because that would be one of the things we would all strive to make better for the world. I would want to live forever to I could meet new people all the time. And so I could learn and learn and learn and learn. I could do all of my dreams and all of my goals that would at the current time be impossible to complete them all. That would be the greatest thing that could ever happen to me. I hope it does one day.

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Sure that would be fun, but would you really want to see all your friends die, would you want to see civilization change drastically, to someday look at the sky and see andromeda, as the sun expands and burns the planet; would you want to go through the suffering of watching humanity die off? Do you really want to witness the future struggles of humanity? Witness war. After war? Would you want to eventually be used as a weapon? Would you really want to have to attend the funeral of every one of your defendants? Is that truly what you wish for?

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No thank you.

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What is the fun in this question?

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lol why was there suppose to be ?? lol

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Nah. Life isn't the same without death.

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and longer...

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Yes I would, so I would have time to travel around the world.

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Ummmm good question well not if I have 2 live and feel suffering I guess that's why we die. One way or another humans will suffer somhow bc of health or emotional suffering or other ways I can't evn explain rite now. by livn we are here to suffer but we try 2 live the best life we can while we have the chance to. ;-)

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Only if I didn't age & were healthy, lol....but seriously, no. The compassion in humanity has dwindled, people only care about themselves, so there would be no point living in a place full of fake and vain people.

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Christianity: The belief that a two-thousand-year-old Jewish zombie carpenter can make you live forever, if you symbolically eat his flesh, and telepathically tell him that you accept him as your master, so he can remove an evil force from your soul, that is present in humanity because a rib-woman was convinced by a talking snake to eat an apple off a magical tree in a wonderland........yep ..that works for me...

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No because then I would never find out the answer to the greatest question of them all, Is there an Afterlife/God/whatever?<br />
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Now, that's ba<x>sed off the assumption that we cannot find that answer out any other way besides dieing. If someone truly believes there is no God or afterlife then he has no incentive to die and might as well live forever.

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NEVERMIND

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yeah only if my closed ones can live forever too or else what the fcuk should i do...i will have to explain my existence again and again to the newbies.

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No. ..only until there's peace in the middle east and everywhere else. ..So basically, forever, I guess.

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r u kidding me? In my country, The middle east is the main source of friction around the globe. I think it has to do with the religiuos 3~5 way clusterfkuc that's been going on for hundreds of years. and now many of the countries have nukes. But Im sure that was a rhetorical question, yes?

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Hell No! I wouldn't want to live forever! I wouldn't want to live forever because after my friends and my direct family members pass away, meaning siblings and I see their kids become successful adults, that is all I would really be interested in. If I am 100 years old, I won't have people to talk to or have anything in common with anyone. People in their 60's on up won't have any interest in dealing with an old geezer like I imagine myself to be.

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No, not with the marriage that I'm forced to live in. The sooner I can leave it the better.

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absolutely not.

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No, because i hate my life

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