- December 17, 2022 at 12:08 am #111538
- December 18, 2022 at 5:55 pm #111582Armaghan HoushmandParticipant
My answer is no. Because first of all I am ok with my current physical appearance and second, physical look is not something that lasts forever. But if I wanted to become an actor, a singer or a model, I would go for it.
- December 19, 2022 at 8:14 pm #111635
That’s quite a logical answer to this question! First of all, I should say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and it means that physical beauty and appearance are, to a high extent, relative. Second of all, I’ve seen many people who are not that physically charming or attractive, yet they do own charismatic abilities and a great sense of magnetism.
What’s more, being extremely attractive might have its own drawbacks, as well. For instance, you cannot lead a normal life and enjoy it in the long run as your privacy might be violated from time to time.
- December 22, 2022 at 4:52 pm #111764Farhang HooshmandParticipant
I prefer to be an average and healthy person not outstandingly attractive. If I can live longer in a good and healthy way and be useful for both society , my family and myself I would like to live longer. Attractiveness by itself does not be so important to exchange it with a healthy productive life.
- December 22, 2022 at 8:44 pm #111774
Having a productive life is much better and more important than being physically attractive, in my opinion. It’s all about the depth or width of your life, and I choose the former, that is, the depth of life.
As the founder and chief administrator of LELB Society, which is a bilingual academy of English and Persian, my professional career and life are merged with a high level of productivity. I believe that you can easily compensate for any lack of physical attractiveness (if there is any) through motivation, productivity, people skills, and the like.
- December 22, 2022 at 5:53 pm #111765Soroosh HoushmandParticipant
I don’t care about that .
My answer is NO !
Because I want to be alive with my family as I can .
I love my family more than anything.
- December 22, 2022 at 7:14 pm #111766
Such a firm and straightforward remark! It’s clear that loving your family comes first compared to other factors in life, for which I do admire you! Just remember that the question is not directly related to your connection with your family, but your life expectancy or longevity.
In other words, it concerns the quantity of life as opposed to its quality. People could have a pretty short life but stay so close and intimate to their family members, and also vice versa. You also mentioned “as long as possible”, and from that vantage point, it’s clear that you like to be in close touch with your family members as long as possible.
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