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You have been given a choice to become an immortal being The ability to live till the end of humanity and experience the ascension of the human race You will become an ultimate being of continually expanding knowledge understanding wisdom and physical capability The ability to help mankind excel to its highest potential would be at your fingertips To never know of sickness or of the slow decay of the human body would just be a couple of the endless reasons to choose to become a shadow of God To begin with theres the aspect of could you die of some extreme act of God Well the answer to this question is very simple Only if the entire human race was to wiped from memory meaning that is to cease to exist and leaving you the last remaining human being in existence At that moment then you also would cease to exist your life would end at the moment that the last other remaining human took its last breath This actually comes as a blessing that at this point there would be an end to your immortality You would not have to live with the worry of going on living through all of time as the last remnant of a dead race and being alone However it also goes to say that there could never be a fall of the human race And as mankinds knowledge increases through time yours would be continually growing and connecting all the ages of knowledge A single person you could solve all of lifes problems The ability to cure all diseases and to find a way for the human race as a whole to live in a utopia of peace and security would be in your capabilities to solve Thus keeping the human species alive and prospering through all of time Wouldnt it almost be illogical and irresponsible of you to waste such a precious gift thats being offered
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