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If you died and got two options - To relive your life knowing everything, or to live a new life completely?   


Ryan M
@RyanM · Posted 24 Nov. 2021

If you died and got two options - To relive your life knowing everything, or to live a new life completely? What would you choose? Personally I couldn't relive my life, especially knowing everything. Yeah I could probably change how I lived, but that would also change my experience in that life and could also change the lives of others. Honestly, I would rather just live a new life and create new experiences. I think remembering my past life, would hurt more than anything. 

What about you though, what would you decide to do?


Pritika Thakur
@pritika98 · Updated 24 Nov. 2021

I would choose the former just so see how the difference in choices and experiences would have led to different outcomes. Obviously the bad bits aren't something I'm looking forward to, but being prepared beforehand makes me anticipate their good bits too in their own way. Reliving my life while knowing everything about it, is something which I've always thought of, so, I'm definitely going to go for this option. It was a fun question to answer!


Osheen Sharma
@Osheen.Sharma · Posted 24 Nov. 2021

if I could have the option of doing this over and over, I would probably treat life like a pick your own adventure novel and see how different choices would change the outcomes. It would probably be a different kind of hell to have to do this but I suppose in the many tries I'd get at least a few of them right and I think I'd be willing to take my chance with that.


Bomb . Carpe Diem...
@bomb · Updated 24 Nov. 2021

I like your question. Mostly because i have just finished reading "The Midnight Library" By Matt Haig. In this novel, the character Nora is given a chance to live an infinity number of "lifes" that she could have missed. She was given the chance to choose the life she would wish to experience. And from the experience she had living those so called "missed opportunities" or regrets, she found them worse than her original life that she lived. 

My answer to this is not guided by the book per se, but it would say, i would better live the life i lived, and correct the mistakes i did along the way, rather than living a completely new one. For example, real life (root life), Norah had never married, but when she was given a chance to live the life that she married the person she once dated, it was awful. But again, she was given a chance to marry the person she who asked her out for coffer and she refused, and the experience was great. They even got a kid together called Molly.  

Therefore, i will choose to relive the life i lived and to correct the mistakes and take the chances i missed back then. I recommend you read this book. It is really mind opening. 


Debbie Katz Free Spirit
@debkatz78 · Posted 25 Nov. 2021

This is hard for me to answer because while I do have struggles in my life, I feel like I would miss out on the close connections I have made. I think I would end up choosing to live my life again knowing everything. I feel like I would be happier, be more inclined to take risks, and be able to meet my husband a lot sooner in life. 


Willow .
@Willow · Posted 24 Nov. 2021

I would like to live a new life completely. The main reason is I hurt a lot of people and made a lot of mistakes. Those mistakes affect my life, career, love ones, and my relatives. I know time heals everything but still, there are many things which can not be ingnore.

I just don't want to repeat those mistakes and live my life with peace and that's all  

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