Seniors: If you were given a do-over, but it meant living your entire life over again from that point forward, would you go for it?
Keeping your memories of future events is a given, but they may not be relevant as events.start to unfold down a different path.
- TjLv 78 months ago
Id like to restart at age 35. id love to go for it.
- nappaLv 78 months ago
Finish college or a better trade school
- forte88engLv 78 months ago
no thankyou. i like variety and learnt to live with 'the best laid plans ....'eventually.
- Anonymous8 months ago
No, once is enough and then I'll meet Jesus my Saviour and Lord.
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- EdnaLv 78 months ago
I'm pretty satisfied with my life. If I could change anything about it in the past, I might have killed my ex-husband years ago - but that's a whole different story.
- LynnmarieLv 78 months ago
No thanks. I'd rather just finish up here and join my Savior in heaven soon.Source(s): The New Testament (recommended reading)
- 8 months ago
no... I don't think I could get away with doing what I should have in the fist place... but I did piss on the SOBs grave..... I'll settle for that
- Elaine MLv 78 months ago
I'm not quite senior yet, but, provided I can keep the MEMORIES of what I lived through, then yes. Not only could I keep my husband alive longer (he was chemically poisoned at the place he worked), but I could make better decisions AND not buy that used car that had a ton of problems.
- k wLv 78 months ago
a waste of time, no.....life is not what you think.....you'll see......
- choko_canyonLv 78 months ago
Would I retain all my memories of the first go-round? You would need to specify that.
Yes, if I could retain my memories, I'd give it a second shot. Sounds like a great adventure!