I see that the OP has been permabanned, but what the OP posted is a perfectly normal outlook.
Maybe if I lived for hundreds or thousands of years I'd eventually get bored with life. But I doubt it. First, I'm not the type that gets bored easily. There's always new things to learn and to explore. With newer technologies, that means even more potential things.
Oftentimes, I wonder to myself, what's the point of living and enjoying what you have if you're just going to die and lose it all anyway? I know its a rather depressing thought.
Maybe if I had some really debilitating disease, I might wish for death then. Such as severe dementia, being in excruciating pain all the time, etc. But I don't have that. Or no loved ones or personal connections at all, then maybe I'd feel my life was meaningless. But I have people in my life that I care about and who care about me.
I'm not sure I'd want to live forever. But the concept of forever is hard for me to even imagine in my head. But let's just say, ideally, I'd like to live a very, very long time, well beyond the normal human lifespan because I find it hard to imagine that I would ever get tired of living assuming I was in good health and had meaningful relations with others.