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  1. A similar question is: “If you were given a book about the upcoming match of your favorite football team, would you read the end of it?”. The beauty of life is its unpredictability. If there was such a book, I would not read it at all and would destroy it. If you read such a book, then life will become boring, predictable. The excitement, anticipation, and hope will disappear.

  2. When answering this question, I focus only on my own Personal understanding of this process. Answer: I am 67 years old, and I honestly can't say what I would have done in my youth. But I definitely wouldn't read this book right now. Since I know what has already happened, and I will learn what will happen over time – all in good time. And knowing the “end” in advance is like knowing and expecting a birthday present that you know you will get, but which, in principle, you don't need at all. (It would be better if it didn't exist at all ). But you can't refuse a “gift”, especially “such”. Let it be better to have a kind of “surprise”, at least some interest in something. This is just my personal opinion and that's all. I sincerely wish YOU ALL Health, Love, Happiness and all the best. A “surprise” only positive-good . Good luck TO ALL. Peace To Our Home.

  3. I don't believe in fate and the meaning of life. The meaning of life, as for me, is in its absence, in the possibility of choice. What will this book say if I make a lot of certain choices every day, and because of each of them, I create a completely new life and miss those that could lead me to another one.�
    I am not so interested in how I will die, when and because of what, but it would be very interesting to read about my alternative lives, which could be real as a result of other choices in my past. I would be just like Nemo from the movie Mr. Nobody.:)

  4. I would ask someone random to show me the place where death is, otherwise cover it up with something. Simply – when and generally how. Because there is a possibility that before I die, I will not be able to realize it, it is the only thing in my life that there is a chance not to know (unless my memory is knocked off), because there is a special interest in it, not out of fear, it's just special.

    Ps. In general, it would be even more interesting for me to know my former self, my past, thoroughly, and not from fragments of memories and stories. If such a book came across, attention would rather be paid to the beginning

  5. I am absolutely not a fatalist. I might have looked at it, but I don't think I would have believed it. And anyway, I strongly suspect that this book would end with the words about how I sit and read a book about the history of my life.

  6. Rather, I would read the end of the book,make some decisions at the moment, and the end would change from this. I hope I made myself clear. And the point would be to find solutions that lead to the best of the finals. And then he would say, ” We are the arbiters of our own destinies.”

  7. If it was a book where my whole life was written down, then reading this book, I would know whether I read what was at the end or not. This could not but be reflected in the book in the part where I read this book. Well, I would have done the opposite of what it says. If for some reason I didn't manage to do this and it turned out right from the book, I would put the book down and not read any more (the end in any case is death, but I don't want to spoil the days before it). If it worked, then the book is just one of the versions of the development of events, and you can not take it too seriously. Then I would read just like any other fiction book.

  8. If I received such a book, I would not be able to read the end, because my future would be overwritten with each new line.

    The concept of fate is more likely just a profitable excuse for people who do not want or are afraid to make their lives, saying:”If I can't become an astronaut, I won't”

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