Friday, June 27, 2008
Is it true that living a life in a constant state of fear, does the opposite and chances away your abundance?
Is it true that living a life of total gratitude, in the mind, heart, the body, and in the heart, will "attract" immortality in our lives?
Perhaps this is the real secret that "The Secret" was all about?
Saturday, June 21, 2008
Would that mean everything in life is our own choice and the consequences of the choices we make?
Does this mean, we all have the choice to be rich or poor, to be smart or dumb, and possibly .... how long we can live and when we will die?
Is this "Prime Directive", is this universal free will, is this possible choice of how long we can live here on Earth ... Is this a secret, perhaps The Secret, to physical immortality?
Stay tuned for the answers to these questions. in the meantime, ponder the possibilities.
Thursday, June 12, 2008
I am planning for a call in show, which we will podcast after wards, at 9:00PM EDT on Friday, June 27th. The format will be to for me to answer any of the callers questions , as best as I can, on this call in show.
The topics for this call in show will be about Ben Abba’s experiences with immortals, physical immortality, and his new book “Secrets of an Immortal - An Eyewitness account of 2,800 Years of History”.
Please leave a comment on this blog or the Achieving Immortality blog for the call in telephone numbers if you would like to participate in the show.
Monday, June 9, 2008
He “plans to live forever … As part of his daily routine, Kurzweil ingests 250 supplements, eight to 10 glasses of alkaline water and 10 cups of green tea… The famed inventor and computer scientist is serious about his health because if it fails him he might not live long enough to see humanity achieve immortality, a seismic development he predicts in his new book is no more than 20 years away. “.
In his book: "Fantastic Voyage: Live Long Enough to Live Forever.", Kurzweil guides people to better health “so people can live to benefit from a coming explosion in technology he predicts will make infinite life spans possible.”
Kurzweil tells of “nanobots” that will extend our lives “by swarming through the body, repairing bones, muscles, arteries and brain cells.”
Kurweil also believes “ human intelligence not only conquering its biological limits, including death, but completely mastering the natural world.”
"In my view, we are not another animal, subject to nature's whim," he said.
“In his latest book, Kurzweil defines what he calls his three bridges to immortality. The ‘First Bridge’ is the health regimen to keep people fit enough to cross the ‘Second Bridge’, a biotechnological revolution.”
“The ‘Third Bridge,” Kurzweil believes, is the nanotechnology “to deliver the nanobots that work like repaving crews in our bloodstreams and brains.”
“Immortality would leave little standing in current society, in which the inevitability of death is foundational to everything from religion to retirement planning.”
Tuesday, June 3, 2008
“Surely God would not have created such a being as man, with an ability to grasp the infinite, to exist only for a day! No, no, man was made for immortality. “ -- Abraham Lincoln.
“I don’t want to achieve immortality through my work. I want to achieve it through not dying.” — Woody Allen.
“You can believe in God without believing in immortality, but it is hard to see how anyone can believe in immortality and not believe in God.” — Ernest Dimnent.
“There is only one way to get ready for immortality, and that is to love this life and live it as bravely and faithfully and cheerfully as we can.” -- Henry Van Dyke.
“Each life makes its own immitation of immortality.” — Stephen King.
“Millions long for immortality who do not know what to do with themselves on a rainy Sunday afternoon.” — Susan Ertz.
“It was a love of the air and sky and flying, the lure of adventure, the appreciation of beauty. It lay beyond the descriptive words of men-where immortality is touched through danger, where life meets death on equal plane; where man is more than man, and existence both supreme and valueless at the same time.” — Charles Augustus Lindbergh.
“The only thing wrong with immortality is that it tends to go on forever.” — Herb Eugene Caen.
“A man ninety years old was asked to what he attributed his longevity. ‘I reckon,’ he asid, with a twinkle in his eye, ‘It’s because most nights I went to bed and slept when I should have sat up and worried.’” — Dorothea Kent.
“A man has only one way of being immortal on earth: he has to forget he is a mortal.” -- Jean Giraudoux.
“Probably I chose immortality because mortality is a universal human obsession.“ --
Joan D. Vinge.
“Immortality is a long shot, I admit. But somebody has to be first.“ -- Bill Cosby.
“The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering.” -- Brandon Lee.
“I believe in the immortality of all creatures.” -- Egon Schiele.
“When immortality becomes for us no longer a matter of academic discussion, but the most vital of all questions; we shall find our comfort where so many before us have found it, in the ancient words.” -- Henry Norris Russell.
“I would like immortality.” -- Len Wein.
“Immortality... Is that a super power?” -- Mark Wahlberg.
“For love is immortality.” -- Emily Dickinson.
“If you are an antichrist, you won't believe in the bible prophecy from the beginning. Which means, you won't believe that physical immortality will become possible.” -- Alex Chiu.
“What is the secret to immortality? It’s quite simple; I don’t believe in death.” – From the book “Secrets of an Immortal – An Eyewitness to 2,800 Years of History” by Ben Abba.