ha ha, you freakin' INFPs...! Of course that would be much more palatable.
Yeah, I always think the opposite -- a stark Alien-esque universe or a bittersweet Highlander one.
The concept of forever has always fascinated me, because to me, it's the ultimate hope. Even it those stark, post-apocalyptic scenarios, I see hope in the infinite possibilities forever presents. There will always be time to try improve, innovate, & try again. And yes, this is very INFP thinking
"Charlotte sometimes dreams a wall around herself. But it's always with love - So much love it looks like everything else. Charlotte Sometimes - So far away, glass sealed and pretty." - The Cure
I'd like to live a really, really long time, like 1000 years or more if that was an option. This is assuming I'd be in fine health and I could opt out of life when I wanted to. But would I want to live forever? I'm not so sure, I think eventually I would die of boredom and outliving everyone else would seem kind of weird.
5w6 or 9w1 sp/so/sx, I think
I would definitely choose immortality, but I'd like to have the option to kill myself eventually, you know, like if the human race dies out in the next few hundred years and I'm just sitting there alone bored out of my mind. I'd also have to have a youthful body, of course. I wouldn't want to be old and crumbly forever.
I just don't think 60 or so years is enough time to do all I want to do.
I got my smile from the sunshine,
I got my tears from the rain.
I learned to dance when I saw a tiger prance,
And a peacock taught me to be vain.
A little owl in a tree so high,
He taught me how to wink my eye.
I learned to bill and coo from a turtledove,
And a grizzly bear taught me how to hug.
But the guy that lived two caves from me,
He taught me how to love.