would you like to swop your life?

For what reasons and why and with whom?

25 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    Not swap, change bit`s of it like others I have 3 great kids and me and my fella are still in love with each other after 12 years [have been wed b4 for 19 years most unhappy]

    have 6 cracking grand children so I couldn't swop for anyone Else's life. Think If I moved my life would be more or less perfect, had some very bad times too though so I can afford to feel a bit smug now........... that's a little bad isn't it....

    Source(s): Me
  • 1 decade ago

    Yes, I would like to swap my life with a person....who is doing great humanitarian work all around the world. I don't have a name of the person, but that's what I would like. It is my wish to do some meaningful social work and benefit as many lives as possible in this life that I have got. Right now, it is just a little thought in my head...I have a long way to go.

  • I believe it is spelled "swap." Other than that, I would not want to swap my life because I live the greatest life anyone has ever lived. My life is filled with joy and pleasure, and each day I gain new knowledge. After all, is not wisdom the coveted jewel of the human race? And not just knowledge (though that is increasing hourly), but real wisdom, and discernment among situations and people. What greater wisdom is there than the ability to read and predict people? For what is more predictable than human behavior? These lessons can only be learned through experience, through trials and tribulations. Though the good times are fun (and seem too short), their purpose is little. They simply give us a break and store up our emotional energy for the next plunge into difficulty. Where better do you learn about yourself and your environment than in your despair? And how much greater is it then once you emerge again? What character is built! Many people would swap lives with someone with no cares or few troubles. But how shallow they are! What understanding they lack! They are a herd of sheep, following the masses, slaves to society. Some would swap lives with someone in power. But how did they get there? Lincoln didn't have mostly great times in his life. But his hard times made him a great man, and he did have a great life. So the question you must ask yourself, what you really have to examine, is what are you learning from the present moment in your life? Are you in high spirits? Do you wake up each day with a song on your lips? Then go and do all you can--use your current strength to spread yourself, and build your legacy. Or do you wake up each day wishing you hadn't? Then you must watch every aspect around you, question everything, as Socrates did. Gather what you can about the life around you, watch the horrors in the streets, watch the bloom of the dandilion on the sidewalk, marvel at the intricacy of a tree's branches. ask yourself things, quesiton your purpose, your current focus in life, what direction you are headed in. Be happy of difficult times, for that is when the most growth is made. As for me, I have already discovered where I am headed. I wake up and do the most of the day I can. Carpe Diem.

    Source(s): My source? Why, my wee little noggin.
  • 1 decade ago

    I was think ing about this yesterday! I suppose I would if I could get some travel or something out of it, but who with? I really wouldn't want to be a model or a play girl or any of that nonsense, and a travel rep just gets moaned at all the time, so I really don't know who with!

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  • 1 decade ago

    We are all where we are meant to be. The obstacles we meet in this incarnation are the ones we need to overcome to progress. The opportunities we are presented with are the ones we are ready to use to dissolve our egos and learn our lessons for our spiritual evolution. Everything happens for a reason. The things that have happened to you brought you where you are and made you who you are which is who you were meant to be at this time so that you can transform yourself.

  • 1 decade ago

    Never swop but change yes.

  • 1 decade ago

    No absolutely not. In fact if anyone say's yes to this, they are weak to weak to even be around on this planet. (in my opinion/ideal world) But if you are really that unhappy why dont you try being the type of person you want to be, instead of wasting time wishing. And of course doing that's going to be hard, but if it was easy everyone would have there ideal life.

  • 1 decade ago

    I would love to "IF" I could keep everything I have learned in my life & the things i've gone through.

    I things I've gone through make me what I am & for the most part I like who & what I am.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Never. Not because I think I'm living the best life, but because it's wrong to take something you havn't worked for, or that's not yours.

  • 1 decade ago

    No, because if I wanted another life I would've chosen it before being born into this one.

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