ANSWERS: 91
  • No, definitely not.
  • no.. cause that will be my worse case scenario.. imagine seeing all your beloved and those people whom you learned to love dies and leave you alone once is much pain to bear.. what else if you see it again and again to those people you met and eventually learned to love them in the process? not to mention everyday is getting more and more hard to survive...
  • No, not in this world. And! I would only live forever if everyone else could too! I would hate to see everyone I love around me pass away but not me. It's not fair.
  • I'll say no, too much pain would come from it.
  • I would like to live for a very long time and experience as many different things as I can. But to live forever..... I believe that everyone's life needs closure and eternal life would be a horrible burden no one should have to bear.
  • no, there is no "forever" everything dies... everything... think of how lonely you would be
  • Depending on what kind of life you are talking about. If you are rich and very healthy, why not? If you are very poor and very ill, no way!
  • yes and i hope to
  • No... without my family and friends... what would that be worth?
  • No way..what time I have left will be plenty for me.
  • i would,at the moment the idea of re-incarnation sounds pretty good ,but to just live forever without ever dying sounds even better.
  • Yes and I plan on it.
  • Yes, just imagine the wealth and power one could amase over a thousand years.
  • nah, for one thing, it would suck when teh world ended. eventually teh sun is going to expland and engulf the solar system, that would just hurt, then you would float around space forever thinking "man this whole being burnt up and not breathing thing SUCKS) and another reason, id be the most eveil mother f*cker ever. if im unstoppble, do u no how much sh*it id blow up and steal? damn id own this joint
  • I would not want to live forever. Why not? Because once you have done everything a few times, you get tired of doing it. There is less glitter on the future. Less left to accomplish. Less joy in success. I suppose that if our bodies didn't age and begin to hurt and fail to work like they did when we were young, I might be inclined to stay around longer. But, as it stands now, love of my family is my joy and my only real need for a continuing life. I tend to see the end of this life as a chance to rest and an end to physical pain, and this looks more appealing as time goes on.
  • no i wanna go to Heaven when I die.. who would wanna stick around this place for eternity..??
  • no i would never stay here longer than my time
  • Only if I could live in many different forms and never remember the last, then yes, I would!
  • With the exception of love, after a [long] while things would start to get pretty boring, so I would say no.
  • If I could, other could. If I was in good health and the world was a good place, yes, I will live forever easily and readily.
  • If I was fit and healthy and not going to be a burden to others, it may be something to consider.
  • No. I will have earned my rest and will be glad to accept it, knowing that the end times will come and I will be reunited with the Heavenly Father and my family for eternity. Life on earth is not supposed to last forever, and although we are denied our memories of the premortal existence, we are told of its wonders and abundance.
  • No, I would not want to live forever. :)
  • No, because when you have done things numerous times ,the shiny wears off of it. We can't maintain a zest for life if there is no joy in doing the things that make up a life. Love would persist, but imagine a lifelong partner, living as long as you do, who also has lost the joy of waking up in the morning because nothing thrilling ever happens. You feel the same. What would you want to live forever for?
  • If I could have immortality in this body and always remained healthy,I would like to live forever.
  • image if you went to jail with a life sentence:O not fun
  • Definitely not. I can't imagine always out-living all the important people in my life.
  • No way -- it's hard enough to save for retirement as it is -- and I certainly don't want to have to keep working full time indefinitely!
  • I don't think I would. Do you know how exhausting that would be? And lonely!
  • Sure, considering the alternative.
  • Life is always better than death. One of the foundations of religious belief is the idea and desire for eternal life, and since it clearly was never available physically, people looked and hoped for alternatives. So anyone who that hopes to go to Heaven or to reincarnate also wants to live forever; they just don't believe physical immortality is possible. I would live forever if I could, even if everyone had to die around me, or if I was in extreme pain (I would prefer Hell to oblivion any eternity). Why is this even a question for some people? In any event, it may soon not be just a question. A combination of computer science, nanotechnology, and biotechnology may soon allow vastly extended human lifespans, and allow many of us to reach "escape velocity" so to speak, reaching a point where life extending procedures come faster than you yourself age, and eventually culminating in virtual immortality as we transcend our biology - barring major large-scale disasters, which can be increasingly be avoided by ever-growing intelligence and ingenuity.
  • No way!!
  • I'm not sure that life would be worth living forever. I think I'd get bored trying to think of things to do after awhile.
  • If the other option involves just being dead completely -- no punishments and all, then I wouldn't.
  • only if they could bring my sweetie back from the dead and she could live for eternity with me
  • Yes I would if others could too. I'd never be bored. There are just too many things I'd love to learn and explore, too many places I haven't been too or people I'd love to meet, cultures and foods I'd love to find out about. Right now I cherish each sunset, each morning is an all new day, even when I'm feeling poorly, like today's headache. I still love life.
  • if its just gonna be me...then no...
  • no... i am almost excited by whats next, and while i want to enjoy this life to its full extent, i wouldnt want to forego the exciting things that happen after it... perhaps i would choose to live healthily for 200 years if that was an option... then i could do everything i wanted and still experience the great beyond.
  • Well I am sure I take a risk at being down rated but I hope you can respect that this is my belief and you do not have to share it nor am I pushing it. It is a hope that I, myself have. I hope that I am chosen to live in eternal peace with my Savior, Jesus Christ and all of my loved ones. I hope to see every one of you there also.
  • Absolutely no way...I love my life now and when God says it time for me to go then so be it. I am doing everything I want to do now and enjoying every moment as if it were my last.
  • no..when my time is up..then it is someone else's time here.
  • Assuming no aging process, meaning an eternity of youth and health, then YES, you bet! There are always new things to do, new things to learn, new places to live, new occupations to hold, new people to meet; and before you have exhausted all of the possibilities, everything has changed giving brand new ones.
  • I would the the lord of the rings online's top player, ever! lol But of course I could never have a wife, children, or a family. It would be very lonely. But most likely, I would join the US military, and keep our troops as safe as I could being that I have a advantage of imortality. Yes I watch too many movies.
  • Nooooo!
  • It depends. What would my life be like if I were living forever?
  • Only if everyone I know and love can also live forever.
  • Theoretically I would. But I have a feeling, if I really thought about it, there would be too many conditions of me living forever for me to give you a guaranteed yes.
  • Nahh. I'm a feisty Scotsman, but I don't want to be like Highlander. I don't want to be the only one of my family left. I think 98 or 99 is a good age to go. And I will have many family left to bury me. Little Scotties yet unborn. I hope at least one of them learns to play the pipes. The little farts are losing interest. I need to kick more butts than I have been. I am slacking as a chieftain.
  • FOREVER is a very longtime. I think the novelty would wear off. AND if you continue to age, do you really want to live to be 150, just a bag of helpless, wrinkled flesh? The unique facets of each stage of life are what makes each day fascinating. Each one serves a cosmic purpose. I don't mess with a plan that works this well. pts for voodoo..
  • no. I only ask to be healthy and painfree up to the end.
  • I love the story about the guy who is given eternal life by Satan. So the guy murders his wife, gets caught, and at the end of the trial the jury feels compassion for the guy and rejects the death penalty which the guy is hoping for so he can prove his superiority by staying alive. Instead the guy is sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison without the possibility of parole... ... My answer is a conditional yes...
  • I've seen things you people wouldn't believe ... Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion ... I've watched c-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate ... All those ... moments will be lost in time, like tears ... in the rain ......... Time to die Yes! ... as Roy ... I too would like to live forever.
  • For ever? Without end? If you really think about eternity, you will appreciate that eternal bliss would be as hellish as eternal pain. Oblivion is the only antidote to the glare of eternal consciousness.
  • No. Life is too hard to maintain. Even if I had no danger of mortality (I would live forever, right?), there are some things worth than death. And living for too long will eventually turn me into someone who is apathetic about all that life has to offer. I would be like, "Been there, done that." I'd much rather live a short but rewarding life.
  • Of course - if I got board with it I could always comit suicide coudn't I ?
  • no i couldnt stand to see all the people i love die around me.
  • for sure
  • We do live forever. Once we die, we are reborn into a new body.
  • Yes, as long as both my wife and I were immortal and in good health.
  • not if it meant losing the ones I love
  • No, that would be a curse.
  • Eternal bliss would equal hell. Oblivion is the only kind possibility we face.
  • Sign me up yo...
  • no, i couldn't stand to watch all of the people i love and care about die. Also, what happens when the world ends?
  • Don't think so- I'd get awfully upset once everyone close to me died off.
  • I would want to have eternal life with the option of suicide. That way, if I got sick of it, I'd have another option.
  • I already do.....
  • intermittent eternal life sounds good to me.
  • i think that i already have eternal life and that after death, i will still be alive....somehow...
  • I already do...mwa ha ha
  • I do and I hope you do too!
  • I would if I was in my 50's or something... but the logical thing is to do your time and leave lol
  • It depends on what condition my body was in. If it was all old and falling apart then living would probably be very uncomfortable. On the other hand, even if I was able to sustain my youthfullness, living would probably get pretty boring after awhile.
  • only if i wasn't too old, and if i got to be with my one true love the whole time...
  • you bet!so long as i wasn't in chronic pain.
  • I'm not sure. I think part of the sweetness of life is its impermanance.
  • No!I would like to encounter life after death!
  • Yeah, depending on the strings attached. Quality of life is very important. But life itself is very fun.
  • Yes please.
  • Nope. I want to experience death when the time comes.
  • Yes I would, if my wife and I got to spend an eternity in excellent health together.
  • With no bad side effects? You betcha.
  • No. Life is exhausting.
  • Yes I would, for the mere pleasure of studying anthropolgy. I would totally immerse myself in it
  • Honestly...No
  • If I remained healthy and stopped aging I would think it would be great to live forever and would always find new and interesting things to do.I just doubt that the earth will be here forever.I remember an old movie or TV show from the 1960's were someone was given the chance of immortality in their body and found it quite intriguing.
  • I don't mean to preach but, your soul could live forever through Christ Jesus. the body is just a vessel, the soul is what really matters. Everyone will die some day, focus on living your live fully on earth, but most importantly on where u go when that dreadful day comes. Am sorry if i offended anyone, this is just my opinion.
  • at first yes...but I think after a couple hundred years I would just be sick of it...but the only reason I would want to is to see how far mankind can go
  • That would be the most painful pointless thing i could ever do!
  • Yes ... but unfortunately I cannot be present forever, so I will be sure to leave a memorable mark for those that follow in which they will remember me longer, perhaps for a human forever. Peace.

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