Question from the Internet:
“You’re given immortality. How long before you get so bored you decide to end it?”
I don’t know if your have seen the movie “Zardoz” with Sean Connery. It was about a select group of Humans who achieved immortality and used it for a completely aimless hedonistic lifestyle in as closed enclave, other simple, barbaric Humans couldn’t access. At the end they came to hate immortality, that lifestyle so much, that they purposefully invited mortal barbarians into their closed enclave so the barbarians would kill them finally.
Fortunately “true immortality" is a very different state to how Hollywood imagines it.
The true sense of eternal, infinite existence is acquired by liberating ourselves from our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egotistic and subjective consciousness, perception. By that we also liberate ourselves from the false, egocentric, subjective coordinates of time, space and motion.
This happens by existing, perceiving reality through the desires, needs, viewpoints of others people, above and against the inherently selfish, egotistic instincts, inclinations. This state is true, infinite love of others when one dissolves, disappears in the others one serves unconditionally.
Thus true “immortality" is an extremely dynamic, every changing state like living in a quantum system as a particle that constantly searches for, find a place where it can serve, contribute to the system as a result sensing, experiencing the whole, infinitely changing reality inside all day once.