If then, it is a recreation ... the body that is running around looking 'like' you .... isn't in fact you! It is a new somebody else, who just looks like you used to look. So as jw's we would miss out on living again anyway. You are still dust and a new guy just takes your place!
Hate to break it to you, Clarity, but your body now is not composed of many of the same atoms/molecules/cells that you were made of, even 10 years ago. Your body constantly undergoes a rebuilding/replacement process on the cellular level, with old cells being cast off (in feces/urine, as dust, etc) and being replaced by new ones.... Most (likely 98%) of your cells regenerate over a period of about 10 years.
The thinking is that neurons in parts of the cerebral cortex never regenerate, and DNA also does not regenerate (but degrades, due to damage which may lead to the signs of aging, cancers, etc). Cardiomyocyte cells in the heart regenerate at a degenerative rate, so that after your life less than half will have replenished.
But those rare exceptions aside, it is mostly accurate to say that after a few years, you are almost an entirely new person.