if your life was a book,would you read your life's future?

June 26, 2009 2:38am CST
for example if your life was a book complete with climax and an ending, would you still read it anyway even if it would mean giving away its ending?
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• United States
26 Jun 09
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@joekwan (17)
• China
28 Jun 09
If my life was a book ,i want to read my future and another world,may be i can foresee it,but the fact is ,I have a dull life ,no fun at all.I don't want to be a chinese,it's miserable and awful .If i can change the fact , in the paradise , I will pray for myself not to be a chinese again.
@Porcospino (18396)
• Denmark
26 Jun 09
If I had the book in my hand I would probably be curious and I would be tempted to read it, but I am pretty sure that I wouldn't actually read it. I don't want to know my future, and if I had the book I wouldn't probably hide it somewhere. I don't want to read it and don't want others to read it either, so it would be important to me to hide it really well. I don't know if could bring myself to destroy the book without reading it. I would rather hide and simple leave it without reading it. If I don't destroy the book it would be possible to read it later if I change my mind
@gdesjardin (1938)
• United States
26 Jun 09
I would like to say I wouldn't want to know my future....but I know how noisy I am, so I probably would. Of course, then if it was a bad future, I would do everything I could to turn that around. Good discussion by the way...it gets you thinking!!!
@voldrox (7204)
• India
26 Jun 09
i would be tempted to read it a lot, i wouldn't read it though, i would burn all the books, otherwise this world will never be the same! more of evil will prevail!!!
@seymiss (627)
26 Jun 09
I would not want to read the book cause i would not want to know about my future and if it turned out to be only failures and things that your not that happy about how can i look forward to the future then.How can i go on?
@Sandra1952 (6052)
• Spain
26 Jun 09
No I wouldn't, because the one thing that makes life so interesting is its uncertainty. It would be nice to be able to always make the right choices, but that would be unnatural, and I am against things unnatural. In 'A Christmas Carol,' Scrooge was shown the future and given a chance to change his ways. It made a good story, but that's all it was - a story. Love the topic - nice to get something imaginative.
@bamrahkirti (1819)
• India
26 Jun 09
It is a very interesting post.Well in my case,i will not read the future because i have seen lots of ups and downs in my life and i am patiently waiting for some happy moments in my life.I want to continue my faith on God who will make my future brighter and happier.If there are no positive changes appearing in my future according to the book and if i read it,i will stay unhappy for the rest of my life.