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Personal Experiences in a Lifetime Would you want to live forever My position on this topic is equal upon yes and on no This question has puzzled many others and me Many things affect me and make me think that I would however some point towards the rejection of this statement Throughout the years the eye of the public and the eye of god have witnessed many happenings and events From the dawn of man to Martin Luther King from the discovery of fire to the discovery of nuclear energy As the world turns mother nature takes its course and plays a vital role in the construction of new generations Facts and ideas get passed along from one generation to another so if one was to live forever they would be able to witness everything From discoveries to inventions serial killers to world leaders and watch their family grow through the ages and eventually die What are the benefits of living forever Besides watching human life and the universe evolve the person can personally see the change of the world its development and the swaying of attitudes among all The future holds answers that can only be answered by time but every being has his or her time the time to die and that time will arrive eventually But imagine outliving all the possibilities are uncanny This wonder fantasy is the same concept of Peter Pan and Never Never Land To never age and grow old to see loved ones go by friends and family Since the possibilities of what one can do are limitless then this state of living forever is a sort of never ending role playing game and every kid living on this earth with a limited lifespan knows that sooner or later you will get bored of the game and want to call it quits But how will one call quits to a life a life which in theory would
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