Reflecting On Death

by Charles Gillette 23 Replies latest jw friends

  • redvip2000

    And to throw a curve ball into the issue, it may well be that we were unfortunate enough to be born at the time we now live in, just as millions were unlucky to be born before the discovery of penicillin.

    Could be that if you or I were born 300 or 500 years from now in the future, that science had progressed enough that you could live forever.

  • unsure

    "Researchers use mathematics and cell science to conclude that the aging process and death are inevitable, no matter how hard you try."

  • WillYouDFme

    Living forever may not be coming to a theater near you, but serious life extension will be.

    It will probably be only for the rich, but we are at the cusp of people living an extra 50 years in good health.

  • Nathan Natas
    Nathan Natas

    Westiebilly11, isn't it also true that you brought your children into this world so they could experience LIFE?

    You are worrying about what will happen when the music stops; you should be enjoying the dance we're all dancing.

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