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Living in this modern world, surrounded by countless inventions, productions... etc, exposes huge limitations of our lifespan.
Think about it ...
Conservative estimations count around 130 million books.
How much time would it take to read them all?
Do you like music? hmm ... there is around 100 million songs produced so far ... counting that not every song will be to our taste and preference ...then let's reduce the number to 1 million.
And again, how long would it take to listen to those songs just once?
There are over 33000 known species of fish - again how long would it take to learn basics about them, and how long would it take to deepen that knowledge?
Shutterstock maintains a library of over 350 million royalty-free stock photos, vector graphics, and illustrations, with over 21 million video clips and music tracks available for licensing ..... the question again, how long would take to examine them all?
No matter where we look, we are surrounded by variety, and it only proves that we need more time.
So only by living forever we can enjoy life in full.
(Can you state more examples of variety please , creation, man-made)
Can you see the new world with your faith’s eyes? Can you see what you will work with, how will you live. We are awaiting these times, and they are here soon. (Isa 25:17; 2 Pe 3:13; Re 21:1-5) What will you spend your time doing? What do you look forward the most? How do you image your home? Please spend some time with us imagining what it will be like!
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Other than teaching the Bible and doing spiritual activities?
I hope to work as a programmer.. Maybe if I could be used to help to make the worldwide Bible education app or something like that, I'd be privileged.
I hope to make games based on the Bible too. Lots and lots of it.
I also want to create more art works and music.
These are the first things that come to my mind.
IT(information technology) like cell phones, computers and so on, do you think they’ll be used right after GT or some time after GT?
Because if so, computer programming languages will keep being used in the NW.
I’ve been always interested in computer programming (Now I know nothing about it) but also I’ve always feared seeing everything I’d learn if I do learn programming get destroyed with the start of the NW.
I also used to be quite interested in making computer games. But I never actually tried to do it. Always thought it’s time-consuming and not a good job market in Korea.
I'm definitely interested in where this is headed. I'm not sure how the concept as a 'game' will work in the traditional sense, maybe it's more like a kinetic/visual novel story based game. I've played my fair share of sidescrolling pixel based sandbox games over the years, but I've yet to see one where I couldn't nitpick something or other as objectionable, or one without something objectionable that has satisfying feedback / game loop. At least I know the art and writing will be good.