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Date Posted: Sat July 04, 2009 23:42:17
Author: Yagami_Light
Subject: I don't
In reply to: Comicality 's message, "Dark Qustion For 7/4" on Sat July 04, 2009 08:05:37

I don't think that immortality would destroy one's purpose or meaning in life. I think one can always create something new. Perhaps, as the years go on.. it would become dull? But then this world always changes, right? Or some would believe it's new faces in the same situations, while others may be able to see minute differences.

I, however, would love to live forever, or at least 150+ years, because I love it down here, I really do. Except for the whole pooping thing. Not a huge fan of that ritual (but I do, I do.. I'm not crazy).

You know, and even if you're not a fan of the anime Naruto, this fanfic (1 chapter long) sort've touches on the issue. Check it out: http://www.fanfiction.net/s/4027929/1/

As for the urgentness of fulfilling things, I think it's different for everyone, you know, a principle of individuality. To some, they probably would slack off, and maybe not have as strong a drive, while others might. I think it may also depend (speaking in context with this story) on the support system, I think if you surround yourself with those of a like-mind of your own, the chances of doing things would suffer if it's not nurtured.

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  • Uh oh! I see a rant coming... -- Kiwi, Sun July 05, 2009 08:22:17

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