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If you died, would you want to be revived?

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If you died either on the operating table or in other circumstances, would you want to be revived?

Why or why not?

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Well that is an interesting question because I have had near death experiences. I would say right now I would want to be revived so I can be there for my kids. However, if I am nearing 90 I think not!
Fair enough chipp.
by Vee
No ! I am sure I left for a reason and would like it to be that way.

I want to rather look over my loved ones and be their guardian angel :)
It would all depend on the circumstances of death. Would there be a good quality of life? At this stage of life, I would like to be here and see my children grow and marry and meet my grandchildren. It does depend on the quality of life though. Can I recover? Have I been brain dead for a long time? Will I have to go to a nursing home or be in hospital for much of my life? Am I going to be a quadriplegic? What is the long term prognosis. If I was elderly when I died. I would not want to be revived, especially if I lived in a nursing home or had Alzheimer's. My husband knows my wishes.
If I would have died I want to be revived only if I can live my life as earlier. If I am revived from death but had to live my life in pain, dependent on a carer I am better off not revived. I am being selfish by not being there for my family ,but I really dread living in pain.
So do I Arosh.
by Vee
I would say so, not much one can do once they're gone.

My job is not yet done I don't think, so much more to do and see and help.
I was going to be very very handicapped.Then just let me slip away,in peace.
It totally depends on the circumstances at the time. If I was just brought back only to be a vegetable and a burden on everyone there is no point but if there is a high chance of living full and long life then yes
No, I am sure it would be for good.
by BK
No, because one fulfilling life would've been enough!
No, I believe it is going against what is a natural event.
There is always the chance of the person living a diminished life after dying and being revived.

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