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I wouldn’t put as many things off until tomorrow. And yes, I know I shouldn’t now either. Procrastination just gets the best of me.
I would travel the world and learn as much as I could and learn as much as I wanted.
i would live in slower tempo.
i would savor every moment decently.
what if i only got one day to live?
i will do the same.
whatever i do, i will try my best to put my whole heart in it
I don’t think I would change much. I would probably try to find love earlier, and I wouldn’t wait around as much for other things in life. But that’s about it.
I wouldn’t change a thing. Life is great each day, if I get 40 years worth, fantastic! More, bonus!
I think we all would. People would be less inclined to put up with a social and economic system that keeps them in near poverty and unhappiness if we thought there was no future.
I would seek a closer relationship to God
I would do what I want to do before I die. Crazy things like skydiving, travel the world, eat exotic foods, experience thrills. I would also want to find love, and grow as old as i can.
Travel the world, learn and follow my dreams and vision,and be happy all the time.Now is that different?
In some places, that is the average lifespan. I think those people live more simply.
I would live my life to the fullest, and i wouldn’t be here sitting on the computer and being lazy.
more good,less harm
As though I had about 40 years to live.
I wouldn’t enter uni at an early age. I’d spend my teenhood being a normal teenage, go to a prom, break rules and actually live.
Same way my ancestors did when the lifespan was 40 years – live in a hut, farm mud, be subservient to a tyrannical lord, then watch my entire family die of the plague.
Hmmm, repsecting more my parents – because they will be dead soon enough.
Thinking about kids when younger.
Thinking about more vacations. Not thinking about house morgage.
i probs wouldnt waste my time responding to stupid questions on the internet.
luckily, theres plenty of time for that.
hey, wait, i shud go do something else
i wouldn’t. we die when we’re supposed to and that’s it. i’ll accomplish what i’m supposed to regardless of when i die.
I would stop putting things off to be done tomorrow. Jeez, I waste so much time.
I wouldn’t spend half my life in school. I would do what I needed to be happy now. I would live decently and kind.
I would take more risks
I’ll stop doin homework and start learning and reading the things that only interest me.
I’ll work in a creative and enjoible work place, and use that monye only for my own apartment, my photogear and my porfolio.
As I am older than that now, I must append the question with something like – “If I’m presently 20 and I’m being made aware the average lifespan is 40 then I would hope that others would have place much thought on the matter and society would have suggestions and influence for a twenty something. That I would have the wisdom to heed good advice. I would think the advice would go the direction of being kinder and appreciative of our existence with a strong lean towards worth goals and finding love. The intent being to feel that sense of accomplishment, positive influence and satisfaction and of loving and being loved – which is the way I would hope to feel before my last breath.
I would spend less time in university
I think id be much the same except depressed if at his age i was only were im at now
Maybe I would take every opportunity that comes my way, kinda like the movie Yes Man, but not too much. I still have free will.
I would tell him how I feel.
I’m doing ok now, but my young twenties would have been even more regretful. What was I waiting for?
I would quit highschool.
I wouldn’t be afraid to do what I really want to do. I wouldn’t let “you can’t” rule my life.
i would do everything i want and try to see what life is about
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