This is a question about eternity. Sometimes you come across people who say they don't want to live forever.
Remove religion from the equation and focus exclusively on the idea of eternal life by whatever means you think is possible.
Given the choice to live forever, would you take it?
I think many people say no because they'll get bored eventually. For me, I don't think the desire to live depends on how entertained we are, but rather how socially satisfied we are. It's about loving and being loved. It's all about who you're with. Interacting with other people. Spending time with those you love, that is what this life is about, and that is what eternal life is about.
Consider the sad reality of suicides. Why do people end their life? Not because they got bored, but typically because they didn't feel loved, they felt excluded, or were experiencing heartbreak. We are social beings, and therefore social reasons are at the forefront of suicide.
So I posit that eternity is not boring, but rather the craving of every heart that's found love.
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